Found: Quintin BERRY

I have recently discovered Roar of the Tigers, and my life has improved immeasurably. Mostly due to the incredible illustrations of Quintin Berry, by Samara Pearlstein, below.


NotGraphs, meet Quintin Berry. Quintin Berry, NotGraphs.


Howard Joseph Kendrick III knows Berry’s a plus baserunner. Do you?


It was bloody awkward when the Tigers acquired Jeff Baker.

Seriously, you need to visit Roar of the Tigers, and follow @RoarTigers on Twitter, because there’s more where these Berry illustrations came from. There’s a fantastic one of Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder locked in an embrace, celebrating what will be their lifelong friendship. There’s also the incredibly-illustrated tale of Brandon Inge‘s dislocated shoulder.

You don’t have to be a long-time reader of Roar of the Tigers to know that Inge will forever be a Tiger. As he should be.

H/Ts: Samara Pearlstein, duh, and my dude @mighty_flynn.




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Navin Vaswani is a replacement-level writer. Follow him on Twitter.


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  1. Amy says:

    This one is my favorite. I actually cried, and not just because I’m a Brewers fan:

    http://roarofthetigers.wordpress.com/2012/01/24/new-chapter-in-an-old-story/

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  2. Lee Panas says:

    Samara is awesome. She has been blogging/drawing for at least seven years (which is when I started blogging) and it never gets old. She always manages to find creative new ideas for her sketches. She also knows her baseball which makes her artwork even better.

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  3. Peter says:

    Roar of the Tigers is one of the gems of the Detroit Tiger’s blogosphere.

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