What I like about them is their old-fashioned style. Cut down the cap bills a bit and they fit even as dead ball era players, suitable for any time after collars went out of fashion. This book, illustrating every Major League uniform from 1900-1993 provides a good painting guide:
Mixing things up a bit, the batter is a St. Louis Cardinal, wearing 1916-1917 home whites, the catcher a 1918 New York Giant. The familiar Cardinals logo didn't come in until the early 20's. Players seldom wore numbers until the Yankees started the trend for good in 1929. As a fan, evidently you were expected to know who was who from their positions, size and mannerisms.
Interesting that the sculptor left the "back" of some figures with a rough and chiseled look. The faces are rather blandly generic but the poses are nicely executed. Overall, they look right. I'm very fond of reading about the old era of baseball. ca. 1900-1920. I firmly believe it was a more exciting game in those days because it was played at a much crisper pace than today's dawdling marathons. The box scores don't lie, the average 9-inning game 100 years ago was completed in less than 2 hours.