#Hot Corner

Baseball, brick by brick

There are slideshows that aren't worth clicking, and then there are slideshows that benefit from the format, with each click revealing something more unique and special than the last picture.

This is one of the latter slideshows. At the Louisville Slugger Museum, there is a Lego exhibit, with sculptures of Miller Park and Wrigley field. The exhibit uses 222,180 bricks, which is a cool hundred more than what's on my daughter's floor at this very moment.

There's a Derek Jeter portrait in there if you were on the f ... yeah, now you're looking at the pictures. Neat stuff.

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