Baseball Glove Art Featuring Bob Uecker

Bob Uecker Baseball Glove Painting


"Mr. Baseball" featured on one-of-a-kind Baseball Art

Baseball announcer, retired baseball player and comedic actor Bob Uecker is portrayed as a member of the Milwaukee Braves on this vintage baseball glove painted by artist Sean Kane.

  • Original acrylic painting on classic leather baseball mitt

  • 1960's Rawlings mitt is approximately 11 in. w x 10.5 in. h

  • Hand-painted portrait and lettering of Uecker from his playing days.

  • Mitt arrives with wood display easel, ready to be displayed

  • For gifts, a card with your personalized message can be included

  • Created with top quality materials to protect its longevity and lifetime of enjoyment


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For questions about this artwork, giving it as a gift, etc., I'd be happy to talk with you. Please phone 519-836-5647 or email


Bob Uecker is probably best known for his roles as radio announcer for the Milwaukee Brewers and as a comedic actor.

Uecker starred in the popular "Major League" movies as the announcer Harry Doyle.

He appeared regularly in the sitcom "Mr. Belvedere". Uecker was also a frequent guest on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show".  Uecker is also known for his role in the popular Miller Lite commercials.


From 1962 to 1967, Uecker was a catcher for the Milwaukee Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies and Atlanta Braves.


He was part of the 1964 St. Louis Cardinals World Championship team.

Bob Uecker was inducted into the broadcaster wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003.

In a nod to Mr. Uecker's sense of humor, this depiction of him is based on one of his Topps baseball card photos. In the baseball card photo he is shown in a left-handed batting pose -- even though he was a right-handed batter. Classic Ueck.


Given Bob Uecker's connection to Milwaukee -- being raised there, making his MLB debut with the Milwaukee Braves and long tenure as Brewers play-by-play announcer -- it seemed natural to portray him with a Milwaukee cap on in this detailed painted portrait.


The glove is a '60s era Rawlings HOH X professional model glove, approximately 11 inches wide by 10.5 inches tall.







Ideal office bookshelf or man-cave centerpiece, this museum-quality baseball keepsake is sure to turn heads and start conversations.


This baseball glove art of Bob Uecker painted by Sean Kane is available for $3750.

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(On a fun personal note, I was fortunate to get to sit "in the front row" with Mr. Uecker at Brewers Fantasy Camp in 2016!)

Sean Kane's baseball glove art is in the collection of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and private collections across the country.  Sean was recognized as “Artist of the Month” by the National Art Museum of Sport.

Inquires about paintings and commissioning glove artworks are welcome. Please contact or telephone 519-836-5647.

Hank Aaron Baseball Glove Painting


Original painting of Home Run Champ Hank Aaron on classic Baseball Glove

This Painted Glove has been sold.

For questions about glove art like this, giving it as a gift or other questions about a custom glove, I'd be happy to talk with you. Please phone 519-836-5647 or email

Hall of Fame slugger portrayed in paint on a vintage glove with highlights from his career, including his 755 home runs record.

This Hank Aaron Glove Painting was on exhibit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. and at Milwaukee Brewers' Miller Park Visitor's Clubhouse.


Henry "Hank" Aaron is depicted in a Milwaukee Braves hat. In the Major Leagues he also played for the Atlanta Braves and Milwaukee Brewers. Earlier, he played for the Mobile Black Bears and Indianapolis Clowns in the Negro Leagues.


The art was created by professional artist Sean Kane, whose painted glove collectibles have been recognized by, NBC, exhibited in New York City, and are part of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum's permanent collection.


It is beautifully presented framed in a 16" x 16" in. bronze tinted wood shadow box frame with a cloth mat.