Trailing 3 games to 2 in the 2002 Fall
Classic, and 5-0 in the seventh inning of
Game 6, the Anaheim Angels assembled
one of the greatest comebacks in World
Series history. Led by the bats of Darin
Erstad, Scott Speizio, Garret Anderson,
and MVP Troy Glaus, the Halos won
Game 6 and Game 7 in front of their
legion of Thunderstick-waving fans as well
as the infamous Rally Monkey. And while
the 2002 Angels epitomized “team,” it was
the bullpen that delivered the knockout
punch in the series finale. Let our Angels
World Series Ticket Frame capture your
memory of attending the ride to the
franchise’s first World Series title.
Capture the memory of being at a 2002 World Series game
with a Ticket Frame that includes:
- Headline: Anaheim Angels: 2002 World Series Champions
- Subheadline: Halos bullpen secures franchise's first championship, Glaus
- Officially licensed 8x10 photo of the Angels on-field team celebration
- 350-word series story written by our staff of professional writers.
- Complete World Series statistics including all major batting and pitching
stats for both Anaheim and San Francisco as well as date, location, score,
winning pitcher, losing pitcher, save and HRs for each of the seven games
- Place holder for your World Series ticket from any of the seven games that
utilizes professional-grade mounting corners to preserve the condition and
value of your ticket. Your ticket is the one item you can point to and say
"I was there. That's My Ticket"
- Place holder for your standard 4x6 photo of you taken during your World
Series experience in Anaheim or San Francisco
- Includes easy-to-follow instructions for adding your World Series ticket
and photo. As an option you can send us your ticket and photo and we will
put them in free of charge and then ship your Ticket Frame ready to hang.
- Double matted in Angels team colors using white-core mat board and a high-grade
metal frame for a board room-quality presentation.
- Overall size 22"(W) 18"(H)
- Officially licensed by Major League Baseball.
- Made in the U.S.A.
Game 1 Opening Ceremony
Game 7 Team Celebration