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Cincinnati Art Museum For the first time on record, the Cincinnati Art Museum brings together Andy Warhol’s three known paintings of baseball players, each of whom rose to the level of pop celebrity during his lifetime. This exhibition includes; - CAM’s 1985 painting of Cincinnati Reds player-manager, Pete Rose, commissioned in anticipation of Rose breaking Ty Cobb’s record of 4,191 hits. - "Baseball", 1962, on loan from the Nelson-Atkins Museum, portraying Roger Maris - The 1977 portrait of Tom Seaver, who pitched his only no hitter as a member of the Cincinnati Reds, lent by the Andy Warhol Museum. Plan your visit today. #FREE admission http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/art/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/details/842-up-at-bat Thank you sponsors! PNC, Fund Evaluation Group, & Dinsmore 7 hour ago via Facebook

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