Awesome Lego Versions Of Major League Baseball Players

I can’t really say I was a Lego aficionado but I always thought it was cool when people would make stuff out of them. This entry from Flip Flop Fly Ball is one of the coolest yet.

As you can see in that picture, one of the guys from Flip Flop Fly Ball made a Lego version of closer Sergio Romo of the San Francisco Giants. The colors are accurate as you can get from the uniform to skin color to even facial hair.

It was apparently born out of making a Lego version of Dodger legend Fernando Valenzuela. Romo could actually be confused with teammate and the closer he replaced, Brian Wilson, considering they have the same facial hair.

But the mullet of Randy Johnson? The size of Fernando Valenzuela? Brilliant stuff. Try to guess the other ballplayers he has on that entry. Wish he had mixed it up with players from this era, though.

If this guy made Mark McGwire or Jose Canseco out of Legos, I’m pretty sure the arms would be as big as their torsos.


Rey Moralde is a Southern California native who has a passion for basketball, old-school video games, sushi, and terrible pop music.

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