Gift Idea for Sports Fans: Just A Bit Outside artwork

Love to collect original and clever artwork chronicling some of the more memorable plays in sports history? Just A Bit Outside is the place for you.

What Is It: Posters, Prints, Infographics, and Digital Artwork -- a modern take on a vintage look.

Who's It For: The hardcore football and baseball fan. As well as clever sports historians.

Why It Makes a Great Gift: Just A Bit Outside provides clever and detailed infographics chronicling some of the biggest plays in baseball and football in the history of the sports. From the "65 Toss Power Trap" called by Hank Stram to win the Super Bowl in 1970, to the infamous infield fly that was so crucial in the 2012 MLB Wild Card game, each design gives detail and clarity of the very moment of each pivotal play.

"The Infield Fly Rule"is a diagram that shows the action of the ball, the runners, and defense of the already-infamous play in the first ever MLB Wild Card game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Atlanta Braves -- created in a deep and textured vintage style. Follow the action of the ball and relive each part of that wonderful moment with this print.

Cost: $30.00 - $40.00

Where to Get It: Etsy.com.

See more Gift Ideas for Sports Fans at the SB Nation Holiday Gift Guide.

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