If scientists were actually able to construct a baseball slugger, we're pretty sure Mark McGwire would have been the prototype. Well before any mention of PEDs, "Big Mac" emerged from Southern California as an imposing masher and upon graduating to the Majors in 1987, he ravaged AL pitchers to shatter the home run record for rookies with 49. No matter how he did it, McGwire's 1998 campaign was one for the books. His season long duel with Sammy Sosa mesmerized the nation and ended with a record 70 dingers. Sports artist supreme Leroy Neiman captured McGwire's majesty with this 1999 lithograph, LE numbered "309/509". A riveting celebration of the St. Louis Cardinals slugger's magnificent achievement, this 32-1/2 x 47" art print is majestic in its own right, both in size and like-new condition quality. McGwire and Neiman (d.2012) have both signed with ("9-10") potency at bottom and McGwire has included the inscription "70". Full photo LOA from PSA/DNA.
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