The Infinite Baseball Card Set is a never-ending card set of baseball’s forgotten heroes: Negro League legends, barnstorming mercenaries, semi-pro sluggers, blacklisted bums, foreign phenoms, bush league oddballs, and the famous before they were famous.

Paul Derringer: Highs and Lows

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One of the only players that bridged the eras of the lousy and great Reds of the 1930s was starting pitcher Paul Derringer. This guy has to be one of the top players in any discussion of the “Hall of Very Good” category. […]

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Johnny Pomorski: Chesty’s Last Stand

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Johnny Pomorski’s career started out with high expectations. Yet, as so often happens, things just didn’t work out as they were supposed to. But at the age of 42, Johnny was handed one last chance to shine… […]

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The 7 Major Leagues

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MLB’s recent “promotion” of seven Negro Leagues to “major league” led to my collaboration with TeamBrown Apparel to create a shirt commemorating each of the seven leagues. In addition to unveiling the collection, I’ll show you some of the other work I do for Ebbets Field Flannels and TeamBrown. […]

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Cover of the Spring 2021 Baseball Research Journal

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  Back in December I shared my masthead re-design and cover illustration for the Baseball Research Journal. Baseball Research Journal is the flagship publication of the Society for American Baseball Research, or SABR. Published for over 50 years, BRJ was “created so that members could publish and share their research with like-minded students of baseball.” […]

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An old friend from Wrigley Field

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  In 2016 I was invited to bring my passion for depicting the game into the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, where my five foot tall portraits of Cubs greats will be on permanent display in the newly renovated bleacher section. From the famed “Tinker to Evers to Chance” double play combo of the early […]

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Lefty Glover: Requiem for a Southpaw

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This is not your typical biography, but the story of my three-decade quest to uncover and document the life and career of a little-known Negro League ballplayer who may or may not have been named Lefty Glover. […]

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Country Brown: It felt like I was in the Major Leagues

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In the decade before the Dodgers and Giants moved west and the Major League added more teams, each corner of the country had their own minor league heroes who to them, were anything but minor. The west coast worshipped Steve Bilko, the southwest cheered for Joe Bauman, the northeast loved Luke Easter, and down south, no one player was cheered more than Country Brown. […]

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Infinite Baseball Card Set Made the NY Post!

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It was both a shock and incredible honor to this Jersey Boy and lifetime New York Post reader to find that Phil Muchnick mentioned my work in his Sunday column this past week… […]

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New Round of Color Proofs Available!

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Among the things I re-discovered when culling my archive was the color proofs sent to me when I when I was writing my book, The League of Outsider Baseball. Here’s the second group of 10 different illustrations that are available in my store. […]

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“Rosey” Rosenstein: The Flamingo Kid

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Among the 200,000 U.S. Army soldiers that stormed ashore on the Philippine island of Leyte in November of 1944 was a 24 year-old staff sergeant named Milt Rosenstein. Just three years earlier he had a spectacular first season in professional ball, winning 20 games, led his league in strikeouts and pitched the Miami Beach Flamingos to the Florida East Coast League Championship. […]

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