The 1971 Rookie of the Year Chris Chambliss had a productive 17-season career in the big leagues including stints in Cleveland New York and Atlanta. He is best known for his legendary walk-off home run during Game 5 of the 1976 American League Championship Series a shot that sent the Yankees to the World Series to face the Cincinnati Reds. A 2-Time World Series Champion as a player 1977 1978 Chambliss was on the Yankees coaching staff during their 4 World Series Titles from 1996-2000. Chambliss has hand signed this 8x10 photograph of his ALCS Game Winning Home Run. A Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included.