Athlete: Carl Yastrzemski
Yaz collected more hits than any batter in Boston Red Sox history with 3,419. He won the Triple Crown in 1967, entered the Hall of Fame in 1989, and this vintage-painted rendering is on deck for your art collection today.
Athlete: Buster Posey
Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants is a dominant two-way presence and cream of the crop at the catcher position. He is one MLB's dominant batters, and he eliminates would-be base-stealers with ease. He's rock solid.
Athlete: Bryce Harper
The only crime ever committed by Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals was against NL pitching. This painting depicts Harper in beast mode, ready to damage whatever baseball is throw toward him.
Athlete: Cal Ripken Jr.
It was magical when Cal Ripken of the Baltimore Orioles appeared in his 2,131st straight MLB game, breaking the consecutive-games streak. Now you can replay that memory forever.
Athlete: Johnny Bench
Johnny Bench spent his career with the Big Red Machine, helping the Cincinnati Reds capture two World Series Championships. He's been referred to as the greatest backstop in MLB history, and now's your chance to catch him yourself.
Athlete: George Brett
George Brett was hitting royalty, having played his entire career with the Kansas City Royals, while being the only MLB player to ever win a batting title in three different decades.
Athlete: Yadier Molina
Yadier Molina is widely considered one of the greatest defensive catchers of all time, throwing out a whopping 42% of would-be base stealers, while playing his entire career overlooking the Gateway Arch with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Athlete: Ernie Banks
Legend Ernie Banks played his entire career within the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field for the Chicago Cubs, depositing 512 career home runs, and withdrawing two Most Valuable Player awards.
Athlete: Greg Maddux
Consistent, composed and commanding, the Atlanta Braves' Greg Maddux won the Cy Young award four straight years, and is the only pitcher to notch more than 300 wins and 3,000 strikeouts with fewer than 1,000 walks.
Athlete: Roberto Clemente
Roberto Clemente's run with the Pittsburgh Pirates ended tragically when he died in a plane crash carrying relief supplies to earthquake victims. Clemente finished his career with exactly 3,000 hits, and was inducted into the HOF the following season.
Athletes: Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, Jim Rice
For 50 years, three Boston Red Sox legends protected the Green Monster at Fenway Park. Now the Hall of Fame presence of Teddy Ballgame, Yaz, and Jim Ed in the outfield can now be displayed on your wall.