Found May 16, 2013 on The Victory Formation:

You may have seen a couple of days ago the matchstick made Yankee Stadium. That took years to build and is pretty amazing, especially as to how detailed it was. Well, we have already seen something that comes pretty close to topping it. A Derek Jeter portrait that is simply amazing, as it is made entirely out of Legos. The New York Yankees shortstop has never looked as clutch as this: This portrait, along with others of Major League Baseball players, are a creation of Sean Kenney. These are now on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory. You can find Jay Bruce and Buster Posey alongside the Captain: But the portraits are the only Legos creations to be seen at the exhibit, as you will also see a beautiful replica of the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field: Probably even more impressive is this one of Miller Park: Still starting at Derek, aren’t you? H/T FTW and SeanKenney.com

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