A 12" x 16" canvas replica of Red Schoendienst's Cooperstown Hall of Fame plaque. Red has personally signed and inscribed this piece "Red Schoendienst HOF 89". The plaque reads as follows: Albert Fred Schoendienst (St. Louis, NL 1945-1956, 1961-1963 - New York, NL 1956-1957 - Milwaukee, NL 1957-1960). Roommate Stan Musial credited him with "Greatest pair of hands I've ever seen". Sleek, far-ranging second baseman for 18 seasons. Led NL in fielding and hit .300 or better seven times. When elected in 1989 had worn Major League uniform 45 consecutive seasons as player, coach and manager. Piloting Redbirds to World Series in 1967 and 1968. 14th inning homer won 1950 All-Star Game for N.L. The autograph and inscription have been authenticated by Major League Baseball and contains the official Major League Baseball Hologram certifying its authenticity.