Pillow Fighting Set of BASEBALL Batter vs Fielder pillowcases

Royalkane

$24.95 

From our Original Art Series of PILLOW FIGHTING
comes the highly sought after design, BASEBALL. Batter vs. r

Be sure to check out all our different designs in our PILLOW FIGHTING section, new designs added daily!

What an ART statement to have these dueling pillowcases adorn your bed! Makes the GREATEST conversation piece! Two baseball teams are ready for batlle, in this perfect play-on-words PILLOW FIGHT, ready to fight to the finish! These pillows hilariously welcome you to pick them up and start fighting each other with them :-)

These moving ART pieces make THE most original and unique gift!

One of the only gifts that could look so sophisticated and swanky in an adults room, yet would look so cool and fun in a kid's room too!

What to get for the one who has everything or is too hard to shop for? These are the PERFECT gift, and since they are our original designs, they cannot be found anywhere else!

These pillowcases will fit any décor and be the greatest centerpiece of a room!

These pillowcases are also great for a gift shop or store as you can see exactly what you're getting on the label on the display front detailing it's contents! Please inquire about bulk discounts for larger orders. Our © PILLOW FIGHTING pillowcases


This listing is for the 2 pillowcases only;
Design is hand printed in the USA.
About the pillowcase:
Fits perfectly standard / queen sized pillowcases,
200 thread count percale, hotel quality-made to LAST!
60% cotton, 40% polyester , Durable for heavy washing
Single pick yarn, snow white: Dimensions: 20" x 30"
Made In The USA



You will get so many compliments of warm goodness. We only sell gorgeous designs. Our pillowcase designs make otherwise mundane and ordinary pillows EXTRAORDINARY! This is a Royal Kane Original Design, can't be found anywhere else on the planet.

 

The evolution of baseball from older bat-and-ball games is difficult to trace with precision. A French manuscript from 1344 contains an illustration of clerics playing a game, possibly la soule, with similarities to baseball.[1] Other old French games such as thèque, la balle au bâton, and la balle empoisonnée also appear to be related.[2] Consensus once held that today's baseball is a North American development from the older game rounders, popular in Great Britain and Ireland. Baseball Before We Knew It: A Search for the Roots of the Game (2005), by David Block, suggests that the game originated in England; recently uncovered historical evidence supports this position. Block argues that rounders and early baseball were actually regional variants of each other, and that the game's most direct antecedents are the English games of stoolball and "tut-ball".[3] It has long been believed that cricket also descended from such games, though evidence uncovered in early 2009 suggests that cricket may have been imported to England from Flanders.[4]

The earliest known reference to baseball is in a 1744 British publication, A Little Pretty Pocket-Book, by John Newbery. It contains a rhymed description of "base-ball" and a woodcut that shows a field set-up somewhat similar to the modern game—though in a triangular rather than diamond configuration, and with posts instead of ground-level bases.[5] David Block discovered that the first recorded game of "Bass-Ball" took place in 1749 in Surrey, and featured the Prince of Wales as a player.[6] William Bray, an English lawyer, recorded a game of baseball on Easter Monday 1755 in Guildford, Surrey.[7] This early form of the game was apparently brought to North America by English immigrants. Rounders was also brought to the continent by both British and Irish immigrants. The first known American reference to baseball appears in a 1791 Pittsfield, Massachusetts, town bylaw prohibiting the playing of the game near the town's new meeting house.[8] By 1796, a version of the game was well-known enough to earn a mention in a German scholar's book on popular pastimes. As described by Johann Gutsmuths, "englische Base-ball" involved a contest between two teams, in which "the batter has three attempts to hit the ball while at the home plate." Only one out was required to retire a side.

 

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