Here in Chicago, the words “post season” and “baseball” are not often used together. But with a prophesy first set forth in the Michael J. Fox movie, “Back To The Future II,” our own Chicago Cubs are making a run toward the World Series. We like baseball in part because each player competing in the Major League baseball playoffs this year gets to wear an official MLB 2015 Postseason patch in the wild card, division series and league championship series.
Media attention and TV coverage have also created interest in this year’s teams that are wearing other special patches. The St. Louis Cardinals have been wearing a black circle patch with white “OT” letters this, honoring their late teammate Oscar Taveras, an outfielder who was killed in a car crash last fall in the Dominican Republic. Their rivals, the Chicago Cubs, have been wearing a number 14 patch on the right shoulder of their jerseys [you can get one of your own by clicking here ] all season to commemorate the life and career of Cubs shortstop and first baseman Ernie Banks. He died earlier
this year at age 83, after having played his entire All-Star and Hall of Fame career with the team, which never had any post season playoff games during his tenure with the Cubs, 1953-1971.
Learn more about baseball and other customer embroidered patches for your team or group by visiting the Chicago Embroidery Company on the web at www.c-emblem.com, sending a note to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 312/664-4232.