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Gift Certificate Bergino Baseball Clubhouse hat "Hano: A Century in the Bleachers" - signed DVD

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Bergino Baseball Clubhouse hat

100% cotton twill

Unstructured low-profile fit

Mesh back

Adjustable snap back closure



Meet Arnold Hano. He might be the Babe Ruth of writers.

DVD cover artwork autographed by Arnold Hano.

Arnold has been published in nine decades, wrote twenty-seven books, sold over a million of them, and penned 500 magazine and newspaper articles.

Hano: A Century in the Bleachers is the story of the extraordinary life and times of 93-year-old Arnold Hano, one of the most prolific writers of the past century.

Baseball fan, war veteran, activist and storyteller emeritus: few have lived and chronicled the American experience as extensively. His story has flown under the radar of popular culture for almost a hundred years... until now.

Produced and Directed by Jon Leonoudakis.


de Man baseball hat First Game Project baseball hat Pacific Telephone framed magazine cover
de Man baseball hat
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"de Man" baseball hat

Be "de Man!"

Created by the Bergino Design Studio

100% cotton twill

Unstructured low-profile fit

Mesh back

Adjustable snap back closure



"First Game Project" baseball hat

The official hat of our multimedia project: "Remember Your First Baseball Game?"

Created by the Bergino Design Studio

100% cotton twill

Unstructured low-profile fit

Mesh back

Adjustable snap back closure



Rare “Pacific Telephone” Magazine framed cover with beautiful baseball artwork by F. Cassidy.

Dated July-August 1949.

Custom Wood Frame / Mat. Minor scratches in frame.

12” x 15”.


Vintage Bob Feller Big League Baseball Game Esquire Magazine - The Brutal Art of Bench Jockeying "The First" original Broadway poster

Original handwritten letter from Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver, thanking the recipient for wristwatches he received

Dated December 10, 1971

Handwritten on personal letterhead from his home in Greenwich, Connecticut

Signed, simply, "Tom"

Custom wood frame/matted

12" x 15"


Original vintage “Esquire” Magazine from May 1959.

“The Brutal Art of Bench Jockeying."

Unique cover design by Robert Benton and Bill Charmatz.

Complete magazine is framed.

Custom Wood Frame / Linen Mat.

Approximately 16” x 19”.





Original poster from the Broadway musical “The First,” about the life of Jackie Robinson.

The show premiered in November 1981 at the Martin Beck Theatre and ran for 37 performances.

Jackie Robinson was played by an unknown actor making his Broadway debut: David Alan Grier.

Metal frame.

14” x 22”.


Tom Seaver handwritten letter Frank Thomas autographed "Sporting News" Derek Jeter advertisement for USA Baseball

Original handwritten letter from Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver, thanking the recipient for wristwatches he received

Dated December 10, 1971

Handwritten on personal letterhead from his home in Greenwich, Connecticut

Signed, simply, "Tom"

Custom wood frame/matted

12" x 15"


“Hurt’s So Good.”

Original “Sporting News” from September 20, 1993 signed by Hall-of-Famer Frank Thomas.

Complete issue is framed.

Includes Certificate of Authenticity.

Custom Wood Frame / Mat with uv art glass.

14” x 16”.



“There’s one title we still haven’t won. The one for our country.”

Original advertisement for the 2009 World Baseball Classic.

Rare image of Derek Jeter wearing uniform other than Yankee pinstripes.

Beautifully presented in custom red/white/blue wood frame.

25” x 26”.

Billy Martin -- signed New York Post

“Billy’s Home.” Original New York Post from January 11, 1983 signed by Billy Martin.

The front page story of the day was Martin’s return to the Yankees for the third time as manager. Below this news and at the bottom of the front page: “Inside: 5 pages on Sing Sing Siege.”

Complete paper is framed.

Includes Certificate of Authenticity.

Custom Wood Frame / Mat with uv art glass.

17” x 20”.