Posts Tagged ‘baseball pins’

Baseball Trading Pins

Baseball trading pins are specialty trading pins that are traded at Little League Baseball games. They have grown in popularity over the years because they make the game a more memorable experience. Baseball trading pins are most popular at tournaments like “Cooperstown” and “World Series”. At these Little League tournaments, young baseball players are approached…

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Cooperstown Trading Pins

Trading pins at Cooperstown is the experience of a lifetime. Our Cooperstown trading pins reflect our enthusiasm in designing pins for America’s most elite Little League Tournament. We understand the importance of pin trading. These are not just trading pins, they are the identity of your team and a symbol of your proud accomplishments. When…

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Printed Baseball Pins

Printed baseball pins can be made faster and with higher detail if using the offset printed method of production. Offset printing technology is improving, and designers are creating new types of printed pins never seen before. The resolution is higher, meaning a high degree of sharpness and detail is produced. An epoxy dome is then…

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Hard Enamel Trading Pins

Hard enamel trading pins give you and your baseball organization the kind of recognition it deserves. Hard enamel is frequently used for the highest quality lapel pins, and seldom do we see them as trading pins. Trading pins are most commonly seen as soft enamel, which is easier for production and has become industry standard.…

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Cracker Jack Trading Pins

A customer thought up this great way to present trading pins to her son’s team. She first checked that no team members had any nut or peanut allergies. After confirming that there were none, she bought a box of old-fashioned Cracker Jacks for each team member. She then carefully opened the bottom of each box,…

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Trading Pin Sliders

Baseball season is here, and it is time to start thinking about what type of trading pin design you would like. We work around the clock designing baseball pins, and we aim to finish each first design in less than 2 hours. Of course we offer superb¬†quality because your need a¬†very trade-able lapel pin. We…

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