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Baseball is dubbed as “America’s Pastime,” and “America’s Sport.” You may also have heard this cliche.” As American as Baseball, Apple Pie and Chevy.” All these refer to what baseball is all about. Many consider this sport as America’s most favorite and there are so many reasons for this. It will be easy to see which team you are with or, if you are not playing but watching only, which team you are supporting with the baseball banners that you may be carrying.Baseball Team Banner

Sports Banner for every Kind of Sport

There are different sports banners for a different kind of sport. Each says a whole lot about the game and the players in the game. These banners are creatively done and represent the whole team with the color and the design that make up everything in it. With so many teams playing in a season, it is essential that each one can be easily differentiated from the other. A baseball banner is one that will make you stand out from the rest.

But what does the baseball banner say about the team or the player in this team sport?

First, it talks about the long history that this sport has gone through. With all the variations in design, one can see so much has taken shape throughout the history of this game. Some chose not to notice any of these at all, and just enjoy the game as it is played. Just like how each banner is carried and waved while amongst the crowd, high and mighty, so does each team member and the whole team, as well plays within the grounds with such might to keep the ball high up in the air and send it where it will give others time to score.

Baseball took on a long and fascinating metamorphosis and all that most witness with each game that transpires is the evolution that is now celebrated by most Americans, even those from beyond the boundaries from where the game started.

Why is Baseball Considered America’s Favorite Sport?

There are so many reasons why baseball is noted to be America’s well-favored sport, such as follows:

  1. The game is known to have originated in America.
  2. It is considered to be one of the most colors blind game as a player’s value depends on his talent and not on his color or nationality.
  3. Baseball does not tolerate cheaters, so they say. Playing the game requires a sense of fairness and honesty, just like Americans consider themselves in general.
  4. Baseball champions the cause of the underdog. Teams or players, that overcome the challenges within the playing group and prevail are taken as Champions. They are not considered as anyone who may have just been lucky.
  5. This game reflects the contradictions within an American perspective. Members of the team may fiercely be independent. However, they can easily form extremely strong bonds with one another when placed into a team situation. Likewise, one who may be playing for the opponent may be looked upon today. Once he is acquired by trade, the same person becomes a valued member of the team, nevertheless.

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HUSKIES ADD MORRISON TO STAFF

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The Seguin Huskies are proud to announce the addition of Jeremy Morrison to the Seguin Huskies Staff.

Jeremy most recently comes from the NAHL National Champions and NAHL Organization of the Year Amarillo Bulls where he served as the Director of Game Day Operations and Ticket Account Manager. Jeremy will serve as part owner and President of off ice operations for the Seguin Huskies.

“We are extremely happy to bring Jeremy into the Huskies family” stated Head Coach / General Manager Gary Astalos. He went on to say “Jeremy is an excellent leader and communicator. He is going to lead our off ice team in the right direction and we are very fortunate to bring his experience and professionalism to our team; he will continue to help build what he are trying to accomplish here in Seguin.”

Before the Bulls Jeremy was with the Lubbock Cotton Kings Professional Hockey Team, Lubbock Renegades Arena Football Team, and the WPA and WTA Tennis Tour. Jeremy is a graduate of Texas Tech University under the College of Mass Communications with a degree in Public Relations and minors in Business Management and Exercise and Sport Science.

Jeremy looks forward to working with the Huskies Organization and the great community of Seguin.

 

HUSKIES HAVING BAD LUCK

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The season has been one of the most unlucky years in hockey for the Seguin Huskies. The club has dropped several games in a row, which were all 1 and 2 goal games that could have went either way.

The latest match was a 5-4 OT loss to the Parry Sound Islanders.

Parry Sound is on a league leading 16 game win streak and Seguin gave them the closest game they have seen in months.

Smortilla played outstanding in goal to fight out one point and give the Huskies a chance.

Scoring in the match included Burke with 2, Petersson and Pilatsky with singles.

Seguin will look to snap this recent skid of their own with a two game road trip this weekend.

HUSKIES OVER MATTAWA 6-3 FINAL

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The Seguin Huskies defeated the Mattawa Voyageurs in the lone home game this week. Mattawa was at Humphrey Arena yesterday and left in disappointment. Seguin remains as the GMHL’s first place club with a record of 30-1-1.

A trio of Huskies swept the star board by game’s end. Cody Staub was the first star with two assists, Jim Steele the second with three points (2g, 1a) and Matt Matyi with a goal and assist. Kuchta, Munge and Domin also scored. A combined effort of Hak and Kysa got Seguin through the game in goal.

Seguin has just 10 games remaining on the season and are in a good position to capture the regular season title. Next weekend will be a home-and-home series with the Bracebridge Phantoms. Saturday the Huskies will be on the road in Bracebridge, but return home on Sunday. The next home game is Sunday (Jan 19) at 2:00pm.