A moment so famous it made it into the Library of Congress. On October 8, 1956 Yogi Berra was behind the plate to catch the only perfect game in World Series history. Pitcher Don Larsen retired all 27 batters he faced needing only 97 pitches to turn the trick. This Yogi Berra and Don Larsen celebration is perfectly captured in the exquisite black and white signed archival-grade photograph. It is guaranteed authentic and includes a certificate of authenticity and an accompanying tamper-evident hologram.