Special Offer On IronPigs Photo

Right now, Philly Baseball News readers can take advantage of a special offer on two premium photos. These 8x10 photos are suitable for framing and are only being produced in a limited supply.

April 11, 2008 was a special day in Phillies history. The Lehigh Valley IronPigs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies kicked off the home portion of their inaugural season against the Richmond Braves.

Philly Baseball News publisher Chuck Hixson captured the moment of the first pitch from J.D. Durbin and that moment is available now in an 8"x10" format at a special price. We've limited this photo to just 100 prints and will not offer this photo in any other size at any time.

To see a larger image of both photos, go to HixsonMedia.com, where you can also order either or both photos.
Philly Baseball News readers can get one of these numbered and signed photos, complete with a certificate of authenticity for just $19.00 plus 6% Pennsylvania sales tax. We even pay the shipping and handling!

Plus, there is also a photo of the A10 Warthog Flyover, which preceded the game. Both teams are lined up on the foul lines as two classic war planes fly overhead at Coca-Cola Park in Allentown, PA. The 8"x10" flyover photo is also numbered and signed and includes a certificate of authenticity. The Flyover can be yours for just $14.00 plus 6% Pennsylvania sales tax. Again, we pay the shipping and handling.

To order either - or both - of these exclusive photos, head to HixsonMedia.com. Remember, the printing of these photos has been limited to just 100 of each photo and some of that stock has already been sold both on-line and at retail outlets at prices higher than we're offering through this special promotion. No additional copies of this photo will be produced in any size.



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