In November 1992, the New York Yankees made one of the best trades in franchise history. They acquired a feisty outfielder named Paul O'Neill from the Cincinnati Reds in return for outfielder Roberto Kelly. The rest is history. With the Reds, O'Neill had butted heads with manager Lou Piniella. The fresh start in the Bronx elevated O'Neill's game. There, he became a perennial All-Star, and was the heart and soul of 4 World Series Championship teams. The 1994 Batting Champion earned the nickname "Warrior" for his intense style of play. A career .288 hitter, O'Neill hit 281 HR and had 2,105 hits over the course of his 17-year career. This 2001 WS Tip Cap black and white 16x20 photograph has been hand signed by Paul O'Neill. It comes complete with a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity.