HAPPY WORLD SERIES
October 27, 2010 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography
The World series starts tonight, and over the decades the baseball championship has produced many memorable and iconic sports photographs.
Nat Fein: The Babe Bows Out
I Like to Watch, the Blog of Writer and Editor David Schonauer, has a terrific post about how some of those photographs are made, and how one in particular was "lost" for years.
"Tonight is the opening game of the 2010 World Series, and in honor of that I thought we would take a look at what many people consider to be the greatest baseball picture ever taken, Nat Fein's photo of Babe Ruth biding farewell to fans at Yankee Stadium. the house that he built." Read the full post here.
Ralph Morse: Babe Ruth's Farewell
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