Pitchers (from sandlot to MLB) and Backgrounds
When shooting baseball, a pitcher picture is always a must. It doesn't matter if it is youth rec baseball or the pros in MLB. They touch the ball to start every play so the opportunities are many. You will have many opportunities to move around during the course of a game, typically.
Part of the equation for getting a good pitcher in-action is the background. Having the background darker helps him pop out.
Youth Baseball: Philip G. Pavely Pittsburgh Pirates: Philip G. Pavely/USA Today Sports Images
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