This Cincinnati Reds 11" x 14" photo has been hand signed by five (5) members of the Big Red Machine including Tony Perez, Johnny Bench, Sparky Anderson, Joe Morgan & Pete Rose. Each autograph includes an individually numbered TRISTAR Authentic hologram, as well as authentication from Major League Baseball.
Tony "Big Dog" Perez was a key member of the "Big Red Machine" at first and third base. The 7x All-Star won 3 World Series while with the Reds and was named the 1967 All-Star Game MVP. The Reds retired his jersey #24 and Perez was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000.
Johnny Bench was another key member of the "Big Red Machine" during the Reds success. The former Reds catcher was a 14x All-Star, 2x World Series Champion, 10x Gold Glove Award winner, and a 2x NL MVP. Due to his accomplishments, Bench was made a part of the MLB All-Century and All-Time Teams. The Reds retired his jersey #5 and Bench was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989.
Sparky Anderson, former manager for the Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tiger, is the first manager to win the World Series in both the AL and NL. He led the Reds to two consecutive World Series titles, 1975 & 1976. He also helped the Tigers earn a victory in the 1984 World Series. The 2-time AL Manager of the Year was enshrined into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000. Anderson passed away in 2010 at the age of 76.
Joe Morgan is a former Major League first baseman most notably known for his time with the Cincinnati Reds. Morgan was a part of the historic "Big Red Machine" and was a 10x All-Star over the span of his career. He won 2 World Series Championships, was a 2x NL MVP, and a 5x Gold Glove Award winner. The Cincinnati Reds retired Morgan's jersey #8 and he was later inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990 on his first ballot.
Pete Rose is one of the most widely known names in baseball. He currently is the all-time Major League leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), at-bats (14,053), and singles (3,215). "Charlie Hustle" was a 17x All-Star and a 3x World Series Champion. Pete Rose has been named to Major League Baseball's All-Century Team.