Meet Tim Godden: Illustrator of Baseball Stars

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Uni Watch readers know I will sometimes feature the art and artistry of folks with whom I interact via the Twitter, and today is another one of those days. I’d like everyone to “meet” Tim Godden, who I recently began following and who is quite a skilled . . . → Read More: Meet Tim Godden: Illustrator of Baseball Stars

Graig Kreindler Originals Coming To Topps This Tuesday

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What you see above is a quick and dirty mockup of a Ty Cobb baseball card, painted by Graig Kreindler, which will be part of a 2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball set that looks back on 15 decades of MLB greatness. Unlike “regular” Topps trading cards, . . . → Read More: Graig Kreindler Originals Coming To Topps This Tuesday

Mike Schmidt? Hammerin’ Hank? The Homerun King?

@UniWatch @PhilHecken Celebrating '82 tonight. The year Schmidt didn't have his jersey on baseball card picture day. pic.twitter.com/4zLZdBgZLL

— Frank McGuigan (@FrankMcGuigan) July 15, 2017

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through Aug. 25, although Paul is . . . → Read More: Mike Schmidt? Hammerin’ Hank? The Homerun King?

In Search of: The 'Perfect' Baseball Card

By Phil Hecken

[Editor’s note: Today we have a great guest entry by Ray Hund who has written about his quest to find the “perfect” baseball card. Enjoy. As a post-script, I’ll be asking you guys if you have one — this could possibly be a recurring feature if there is interest — PH]

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