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Carlos Carrasco And Trevor Bauer's Baseball Versions Of Their Cleveland Teammates, Ranked

A little more than three months ago, Cleveland pitcher Carlos Carrasco revealed some breathtaking artistic skill in the dugout as he transformed an ordinary baseball into a remarkable sculpture of José Ramírez. (With the help of some of his rotation mates, of course.)

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That mini-Ramírez became the first in a series, and Carrasco and fellow starting pitcher Trevor Bauer have now finished their work. After following the rules they agreed to together—no updating the baseball once’s it’s completed (“it’s an accurate representation of where we were at that time”), pick one feature to emphasize per player, only use items found at the ballpark, work on the baseballs only while the team is winning—the set is complete.

Here they are, ranked:

1) Brandon Guyer

2) Josh Tomlin

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3) Trevor Bauer

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4) Zach McAllister

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5) Yandy Diaz

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6) Corey Kluber

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7) Bryan Shaw

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8) Joe Smith

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9) Cody Allen

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10) Edwin Encarnacion

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11) Tyler Olson

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12) Mike Clevinger

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13) Austin Jackson

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14) Yan Gomes

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15) José Ramírez

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16) Bradley Zimmer

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17) Jay Bruce

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18) Michael Brantley

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19) Francisco Lindor

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20) Jason Kipnis

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21) Carlos Carrasco

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22) Danny Salazar

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23) Roberto Pérez

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24) Carlos Santana

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25) Andrew Miller

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26) Getting hit by a bullpen cart

27) Dan Otero

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