Ballpark Diamonds

Sep 2, 2015

Category: Living

Most of us remember our first trip to the ballpark, thus resulting in an inexplicable love for that park and its history. Some people have actually made it their personal life goal to visit all 30 fields. While doing that seems like a daunting task, buying a Ballpark Diamond sculpture seems much more plausible.

Ballpark Diamonds are heirloom-quality, laser-cut relief sculptures of your favorite baseball stadium by a company named Stadium Graph. Each replica is cut from white oak, and comes ready to hang on your wall. These quality sculptures come in a variety of finishes, and their unique shape makes your wall just a bit more interesting. There are currently six stadium models available, including Wrigley Field, Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park, AT&T Park, Busch Stadium and Kaufmann Stadium. Given the success that the company is seeing on Kickstarter, more stadiums will follow soon, as they intend to make all 30 stadiums available at some point. They’re available for $65. [Purchase]

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