Baseball is known for its creative promotions and innovative tactics to get theirs fans more involved with in-arena experiences, particularly in the minor leagues.

But up in the bigs on Monday night, the Minnesota Twins decided to get their next generation of fans involved by letting some youngsters sketch out utility man Eduardo Escobar’s picture up on the scoreboard when he came to the plate to bat in a game against the Seattle Mariners. 

Check out some of these beautiful pieces of art, which are very spot on. 

We know baseball players like to cook it up with their wrists during a game when they get on base with a big hit, but that doesn't mean they're actually chefs...until now. Emillo’s masterpiece was a little more spot on.


On the diamond, the 29-year-old Venezuelan has picked off where he left off last season, and currently has a slash line of .274/.329/.548 with 7 home runs and 20 RBIs.

(h/t Cut 4)