Switch-Drawing NL Parks

Hello, NotGraphs readers. My name is Craig Robinson. Not that one. Or the one who played for the Phillies, Braves, and Giants in the 70s. I’m English, myopic, bearded, a recovering cigarette smoker, left-handed, and for want of a less hifalutin word, an artist. The last two of those facts are pertinent. In this, my first post at NotGraphs, and the next, my second post for NotGraphs, I will be presenting to you the results of an experiment I performed a few days ago: drawing wrong-handed. That is, drawing with my weaker right hand. Or, for the sake of cutesy baseball-themed titling of such things: switch-drawing. Below, I have switch-drawn all of the current baseball parks, fields, and stadiums of the National League. It will not surprise you to learn that the second such post will be of American League parks. Please to enjoy.

CR-01-ari CR-01-atl CR-01-chc CR-01-cin CR-01-col CR-01-lad CR-01-mia CR-01-mil CR-01-nym CR-01-phi CR-01-pit CR-01-sdp CR-01-sfg CR-01-stl CR-01-was




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Craig Robinson is not a Child, a God, a Pilgrim, a Rock, the Forest, the Resurrection, the Cosmos, the Law, or Damo Suzuki. Nor is he trying to break your heart. He does have a Web site, though. It's called Flip Flop Flyin'.


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  1. John W. says:

    very groovy

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  2. Yirmiyahu says:

    Way better than I could draw with my dominant (right) hand.

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  3. Arkansas Native says:

    If only Marlins Park looked that good in reality.

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  4. “Ohhh, look at me, I’m Craig Robinson and I can draw switch-hitter style while sipping Earl Gray.” –That’s you.

    And welcome aboard! Super-stoked to have you posting here! :D

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  5. Choo says:

    The Marlins’ mechanized home run sculpture looks like a sobbing fish that has been stabbed with a pin-mounted insect specimen. Deeply symbolic and improved.

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  6. scout1222 says:

    Yay! I’m a fan of your stuff, so it’s great to see that world collide with this one.

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  7. Brad says:

    Why do all the things I love keep coming to FanGraphs? Is Jon Bois posting next?

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  8. Jason says:

    Welcome Craig let’s see some Foro Sol drawings

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  9. RunTeddyRun says:

    What the hell! What are you doing here, Craig? Is this some sort of Upton Sinclair slumming-style experiment, or do you owe an impossibly deep gambling debt to Cistulli? I love NotGraphs, but NotGraphs does not deserve your genius.

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  10. Lois Fundis says:

    Craig, you need to see (and draw!) PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

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  11. murphym45 says:

    This would have been awesome if we had to guess the ballparks.

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  12. jcxy says:

    Excellent–how about some from the upcoming Caribbean Series?

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  13. Danny Knobgobbler says:

    Anxiously awaiting NotFlopps! Cistulli & Perry, particularly!

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  14. Sack Spotter says:

    It appears as though Nationals Park has grown a sun with a ball sack. Oh wait, that’s the “W” sign.

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  15. Malone says:

    We need a Craig Robinson Power Rankings of Power, and we need it stat.

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  16. Travis says:

    Neat drawings, but would’ve been cooler if they weren’t labeled. Then I could see how many I could recognize. (Of course, you would’ve had to obscure some of the scoreboard signs too and provide an answer key at the bottom.)

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