The fan who caught Mike Moustakas' ALCS Game 6 homer is now a jack-o'-lantern
There are many ways to achieve immortality through art. You can be sculpted, like George Washington, or painted, like Whistler's mother. If your name is Joey Bautista, you can be tattooed onto someone's body forever.
But I'm sure we can all agree that the greatest form of artistic expression, and therefore the one we'd all most like to be captured in, is pumpkin-carving. Again, just look at Joey Bats' example:
A nice Bautista bat flip pumpkin carving from a person my wife knows from Newfoundland pic.twitter.com/p9JYqfqBXS- 6 - Strooo-tas-tic (@CaptMaverick85) October 17, 2015
But you don't have to be a baseball player to get the jack-o'-lantern treatment. Sometimes, you just have to be a baseball fan. Remember Caleb Humphreys? He's the guy who caught Mike Moustakas' ALCS Game 6 home run:
And thanks to Morgueco Cortez, a Blue Jays fan who is obviously the Van Gogh of gourd-carving, he's also been immortalized in this incredible pumpkin art:
Who knew you could pull off shading on a pumpkin? Put this in the Metropolitan Museum of Art right now.
h/t: Kansas City Star