Product Description & Features
- The first perfect game in World Series history was pitched by Don Larsen.
- Don Larsen has hand signed this black and white 8x10 photograph.
- This product comes complete with a Steiner Sports certificate of authenticity.
On Oct. 8, 1956, against the Brooklyn Dodgers, Larsen became the first pitcher to throw a no-hit, no-walk, no-run game during a championship series. It took just 97 pitches to beat the Dodgers in Game Five and only went to a three-ball count once. This high quality digital photograph depicts Larsen's last pitch of the game.