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Home > Books & Reviews > Decks > Baseball Tarot Search

Tarot Deck Review:
Baseball Tarot

Developer/Editor: Mark Lerner & Laura Philips
Artist: Dan Gardiner
Book and Cards Set
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Publication date: March 1999
ISBN: 0761103473
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Even though Im not a big baseball fan, I know enough about the game that I found this an enjoyable set. The artwork is exceptionally nice. As usual, though, there are far too few minority players depicted herein. This despite the fact that over the last half-century, African Americans have become a very large percentage of the players. (There are even a number of cards depicting women players!) The minor arcana in this deck become the Mitts, Bases, Bats, and Balls. The developers actually did a decent job of depicting the traditional meanings of the cards as types of players and situations you would meet or might experience if you play baseball (or softball). While I enjoyed this deck enough to recommend it, Id also say youd be best trying to get a look at the cards and the book before you buy it to make sure its something youll like, too.

Reviewed by Symitar

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