The perfect item to display your ticket from Carlos Zambrano's No-Hitter. On Sept. 14 2008 Zambrano threw the first No-Hitter for the Cubs in 36 years and he did it in Miller Park versus the Astros. The feat stands as the first No-Hitter thrown at a "neutral site" in Major League Baseball history and the first at Miller Park. The game was moved from Houston's Minute Maid Park to Milwaukee due to Hurricane Ike. Zambrano struck out 10 in the Cubs 5-0 victory and regularly reached speeds of 98-99 mph on the radar gun. Let this Carlos Zambrano No-Hitter Ticket Frame capture the memory of a special night at Milwaukee's Miller Park. It includes: Headline: Zambrano Delivers First Cubs No-Hitter since 1972 Subheadline: MLB gets first "neutral site" No-Hitter as Miller Park hosts Cubs Astros Officially licensed 8x10 photo from the historic moment Complete game line score. Place holder for your ticket stub that utilizes professional-grade mounting corners to preserve the condition and value of your ticket. Includes easy-to-follow instructions for adding your ticket (ticket shown not included). Double matted in Cubs team colors using white-core mat board and a high-grade metal frame for a board room-quality presentation. Overall approximate size 12"(W) 24"(H). Your game ticket should measure 2(H) X 5 5/8 (W). If different please call.
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