In my most recent series of paintings, I focus on the New York Yankees and their zealous effort to provide entertainment. This effort is expressed as a selfless vocation for the players as opposed to an occupation. These players act no different than any altruistic religious figure in their attempt to perform this majestic American pastime. Through these uncanny themes, the mundane idea of a baseball player has become a less human dubious figure whose true function remains unclear. In a way no different from our daily myopic exchanges about baseball, its presence is much like that of religion.