One of the All Time greats in Red Sox History Carl Yastrzemski led the famous 1967 Boston Red Sox on the impossible dream where they would fall just short of winning the World Series. Yastrzemski would win the Triple Crown in 1967 with a .326 Batting Average 44 Home Runs and 121 HR. He also won the AL MVP award in 1967 along with 7 Gold Gloves and 18 All Star Game selections throughout his career. He was inducted into the baseball Hall Of Fame in 1989. This Legendary Moment collage features an 8x10 color photograph of Yastrzemski batting during that amazing 1967 a descriptive a home plate shaped nameplate describing this moment in Fenway history double matting and a black mica frame. This is a must have for any Red Sox fan!