If you're a fan of the that can be found on the desks of powerhouse lawyers and law professors nationwide, then you'll like the next brainchild of the bobbleheads' creator: Supreme Court baseball cards.
The first one, commemorating Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. as the Court's "pitcher," has been issued to cognoscenti who subscribe to the unconventional law review Green Bag. Editor Ross Davies, who commissioned the bobbleheads, cooked up the trading cards too.
Roberts is shown in the image of Mordecai "Three Fingers" Brown, the famed Chicago Cubs pitcher who, like Roberts, grew up in Indiana. In the background is legendary umpire Bill Klem -- a nod to Roberts' 2005 statement that the Court must strive to be a "fair and unbiased umpire."
On the back are a blizzard of stats, including the number of his opinions, dissents and citations by name by lower courts. Cards on the other justices -- sitting, retired and long-dead -- will be rolled out in the months and years ahead. Why do it? "First, it's fun and, second, we're curious," Davies answered.