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    Dynasty Sports & Framing is proud to announce that we are the exclusive United States provider of the New York Yankees & Philadelphia Phillies Official Dream Scene Prints. In teaming up with artist, Jamie Cooper, fans of the Phillies and Yankees within the United States can have quick and easy access to these historic prints.
    Here is your opportunity to own a piece of history and celebrate the stories, lives, and heroes who have all added their own personal touch to the Yankees history books.
     To celebrate this momentous announcement, Dynasty Sports will be offering their customers a special pre-sale offering.

    The Story Behind The Print:

    Artist Jamie Cooper has a dream. It's a dream shared by Yankees fans worldwide. What if, for one brief shining moment, the greatest Bronx Bombers in history could gather together—each in the ultimate prime of their careers—to swap stories, talk shop, pal around and have a ball...and what if WE were lucky enough to be flies on the clubhouse wall bearing witness to it all.
    Let's set the dream scene: Imagine yourself striding through the turnstile at old Yankee Stadium and then gliding down to the sacred inner sanctum. There, in a hazy smoke-filled corner, you glimpse a sight that stops you dead in your tracks—Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle and Derek Jeter fraternizing like brothers-in-arms
     You pick your jaw up off the floor, rub your eyes, pinch yourself, but the dream is real. Why, it's as real as Ray Kinsella's magical conjuring of Shoeless Joe and the Black Sox in an Iowa cornfield. Except this is THE YANKEES. In THE HOUSE THAT RUTH BUILT.
     You watch the Sultan of Swat holding court; the Mick beaming his golden-boy grin; the Pride of the Yankees humbly taking center stage; the Captain basking in the glow; and the Clipper coolly looking on. When your gaze zooms out to absorb the entire dreamscape, you suddenly notice that every single surrounding detail—every object, fabric, word, number, emblem and color—carries symbolic significance. From the vintage locker styles to the period game equipment, from the trademark accoutrements to the classic product endorsements, all the bases have been covered.
     Flamboyant Ruth has his H&B bat, cigars, fan letters and sweet-spot-signed balls. Noble Gehrig's locker door bears embossed imprints of an Iron Horse and "No. 4." Mercurial DiMaggio is defined by his Chesterfields, a Streak news clip, and a Marilyn pin-up. Valiant Mantle brings Yoo-Hoo, Ballantine Beer and bandage wraps. Happy-go-lucky Jeter sports his Air Jordan wristband.
     
    The Babe ('27) with his 60th HR bat etched "T.Z." to mark final victim Tom Zachary; a cigar ashtray and sweet-spot-signed balls resting on the floor; and his final red locker chock full of more cigars, a fur coat, two-tone shoes, fan letters galore and a "Babe and You" phonograph record, along with—to soothe the aches, pains, indigestion and hangovers of his decadent lifestyle—a nice array of salves, balms and bicarb soda. (COOPER: "I've attempted to depict Ruth's primal nature, his indulgences and flamboyance, his flawed genius if you like. His overflowing locker represents not only his chaotic life off the field but the magnetic attraction he had on the public. He was the man, the idol, the superstar.")
    The Iron Horse ('27) with his central position representing Gehrig's distinguished stature as the heart and soul of the Yankees legacy; a Ken-Wel zipper-back first-baseman's glove at his feet; and the industrial-style locker of his early days adorned with embossings of a literal Iron Horse and the "No. 4." (COOPER: "While the big personalities swirl around him, Gehrig sits quietly, serenely, at the heart of this painting, at the core of what it is to be a Yankee.")
    The Yankee Clipper ('41) with a pair of white-ash game bats resting in his lap; a cigarette dangling between two fingers; a Chesterfield carton on his locker shelf; and display mementos of his 56-game hit streak, his candle-in-the-wind Marilyn and his famous quote, "I'd like to thank the good Lord for making me a Yankee." (COOPER: "Joe is said to have been more introverted than the others, so I chose this great pose of him enjoying a postgame Chestfield, since he was one of the wholesome public spokesmen for it.")
    The Mick ('56) with wall notches tallying his unbeatable World Series HR record; Ballantine beer in hand; and a locker stocked with family photos, Yoo-Hoo, period towels and numerous ace bandages to symbolize his nagging injuries. (COOPER: "It was a conscious decision to show Mickey as a fresh-faced, fun-loving kid in his Triple Crown year, as opposed to the more rough-around-the-edges Mantle of the 60s.")
    The Captain ('98) with his hand resting on Gehrig's shoulder to convey, first, the universal respect held for the "Luckiest Man" by all future generations of the Bronx faithful, and second, the passing of the torch from Gehrig to Jeter as the all-time Yankees hits leader; the black bat used by Captain Clutch to hit .353 in the 1998 World Series; and his lucky Nike Air Jordan wristband. (COOPER: "Jeter stands overlooking the group of Yankees immortals. He bridges the gap between past and present pinstripers.")

    For more information on pricing and framing options, please click here.

     To learn more about the Philadelphia Phillies Dream Scene Print, click here.