The All-Star extravaganza came to town in 1997. It's mailing address is 2401 Ontario Street, and as part of the Gateway Sports Complex Jacobs Field was designed with its surroundings in mind. The exposed steel beams pay tribute to the city's image as a steel town and blend with the design of the area's bridges. High above the seats, the uniquely vertical light towers match with the smokestacks from the industrial zone and compliment the high rise office buildings visible from the ballpark. Inside, an asymmetrical playing field is featured. It's 325 feet down the lines in left and right and 405 feet to dead center. It's 375 feet in the right field power alley, 370 feet in left and 410 feet to the deepest part of the park in left-center. A little green monster, 19 feet tall, fronts the bleachers in left, and the scoreboard above those bleachers is billed as the largest free-standing scoreboard in the country. This is a special place for Clevelanders -- a place associated with winners.
- Artist's name: William Feldman
- Dimensions: 18 in x 33 in
- Release date: 1996
- Edition size: 600
- Hand numbered and signed by the artist
- From an original painting
- This lithograph is shipped in a heavy-duty cardboard tube for protection