My latest piece 😁

In 1959, @Topps named their first All-Star Rookie team and printed a trophy on the ‘60 set. In ’73, they replaced the trophy with this Revere Cup, but stopped using it after ’78.

The cup came roaring back in ’87 with Jose Canseco… the hottest player on the planet at the time. Due to massive over production during the card boom, it’s estimated that over 1 million of these Canseco cards were printed.

Original artwork by #MatthewLeeRosen

#vintagebaseballcards #topps #rookie #allstarrookie #baseballart #sportsart #baseballcardart #baseballcardartist #popart #josecanseco #1987 #80s #80sstyle #80svintage #trophy #yellow
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Published by Matthew Lee Rosen

Baseball card artist Matthew Lee Rosen repurposes old baseball cards to turn them into art... celebrating the pop culture of America's pastime.

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