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172. "Jim Leyland" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

172. "Jim Leyland" 7" x 10.5" Art Print

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This limited-time art piece, sized 7 x 10.5 inches, is available for pre-order exclusively for one week, after which it will be retired. As a pre-order, the artwork will ship approximately 40 to 60 days after the purchase window closes, although this time frame is an estimate and not guaranteed.

We're excited to announce a special collaboration with Jim Leyland himself. Alongside the standard offerings, we also have pieces that are personally signed, and signed and " HOF '24" inscribed by Leyland. 

Jim Leyland, a quintessential old-school skipper, led with a blend of fiery passion and fatherly wisdom. Starting in Pittsburgh, he transformed the Pirates into contenders, and then achieved his crowning glory by guiding the Florida Marlins to a World Series win in 1997. His brief stint with the Colorado Rockies was less successful, but he found redemption in Detroit, where he led the Tigers to two American League championships. Leyland's legacy extends beyond victories, embodying the spirit of baseball with a deep respect for the game and a profound impact on his players.

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“Every time I look at these prints, I think of my father. If artists can channel their adversity into incredible works of art that we get to enjoy, then we should challenge ourselves to turn our struggles into something that can benefit others.”

 - Travis

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Meet the Artist

Daniel is the artist that designs all of our Pop Fly Pop Shop prints. Every piece is made with purposeful intentionality and thoughtful effort. Daniel is a storyteller, and during every drop, he is able to showcase the player’s journey and important moments from their career. The art prints do not simply focus on the player's image but about the entire path that has led them to the big leagues.