You can purchase a signed, numbered, limited edition print of this baseball cartoon for your personal collection by contacting the artist directly: Marvin Terry.
Doug Mientkiewicz once commented, "The Rally Monkey's awesome. The Homer Hankie ain't going to do anything on its own. You can't just set it down and have it jump around. The Rally Monkey, that thing's awesome."
How did it all start? Here is what the St. Petersburg Times wrote on October 11, 2002, "The monkey business started in June 2000, when two guys in the Edison Field crew tried to find a way to get the crowd fired up. They found some footage from the movie Ace Ventura, Pet Detective of a monkey jumping in place and, for reasons not quite clear, flashed the phrase RALLY MONKEY."