1983 Baltimore Orioles World Series Champions Framed Front Page Newspaper Print. Own a piece of Baltimore's most recent World Series championship, and also their most recent appearance in a World Series! The 1983 World Series was the championship series of Major League Baseball's (MLB) 1983 season. The 80th edition of the World Series was a best-of-seven playoff played between the American League champion Baltimore Orioles and the National League champion Philadelphia Phillies.
The Orioles won, four games to one. On Sunday, October 16, 1983, at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the deciding Game 5 was won in dominating fashion, with the Orioles winning 5 runs to 0!
Baltimore's Rick Dempsey was named MVP. Also, this series proved to be Cal Ripken's only World Series appearance even though the Orioles shortstop would become baseball's Iron Man as he would surpass Lou Gehrig by playing in his 2,131st consecutive game on September 6, 1995. This front-page print is perfect for all Orioles fans! Option 1 (Print Only) - Premium 11"x17" high-definition print on UV/fade-resistant newspaper. Option 2 (Standard Frame) - Framed print in wood frame, with glare-resistant plexiglass.
Print is heavy-duty, premium quality. Option 3 (Premium Frame) - Wood frame, professionally matted, with anti-glare glass front. Print is heavy duty, premium quality.
All framed products come ready to hang! Own a piece of Baltimore's most recent World Series. Championship, and also their most recent appearance in a World Series! Sorry, our items are NOT available for pick-up.No additional information at this time. 2007 San Antonio Spurs NBA Champion Framed Front Page Newspaper Print. 2004 Detroit Pistons NBA Champion Framed Front Page Newspaper Print. 2003 San Antonio Spurs Framed Newspaper Cover Print David Robinson and Tim Dunca.
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