Part of what makes baseball great is the poetic, yet violent motions found in the pitcher throwing the baseball and the batter swinging. It’s something you really don’t find in any other sport. And they do so in their designated spots: the mound and the batter’s box.
The watermark on the wire photo above is a great expression of such. It runs parallel to Jenkins’ right bicep and left thigh. Three parallel lines set at a dynamic angle. Baseball.