Baseball Necklace On Heavy Box Chain
Item BASEHVCH - Baseball Necklace On Heavy Box Chain that features a round baseball pendant with ENGRAVED stitching that represents the red stitching on a real baseball would have. Baseball pendant comes on 24 inch stainless steel box chain with lobster claw closure.
Baseball Necklace Details:
- Item code : BASEHVCH
- Lead Free Pewter
- Antique Silver
- American Design
- Made in America
- Lead Free Pewter baseball pendant
- Smooth curved baseball with engraved stitching
- Comes on 24 inch stainless steel box chain
- Chain is strong and will not rust
- Chain is hypo allergenic and has a lobster claw closure
- Pendant measures about 3/4 inch diameter
True American Design by Americans who put America first. We put Americans to work and bless 1000’s of American families with unique Christian Jewelry with stunning design, quality, and family values. We are born and raised right here in the USA. We have been serving the American people since 1993
Great Gift Idea
Baseball Jewelry is Perfect for Girls or Guys young and old. Great for Baseball camps, leagues or church vbs or any other Christian athletic event.
The honor the game -Play like you been here before
Forgiven Jewelry loves all sports, we watch a lot of games... We notice some bad things with players, coaches, refs, owners ect ect... We want to set it straight, just in case you do not know. Honor the Game or don't play! We want you to try your hardest to win, not because you hate your competition, but because you want to play your best. I can do all things (phil.,4:13) Always follow your heart "I will show respect for opposing coaches and teams"
Baseball History in America
Back in September 1845
, a small group of men in New York City created the N.Y.K.B.C. (New York Knickerbocker Baseball Club). One of them, Alexander Joy Cartwright would codify a new set of rules that would form the basis for modern baseball, calling for a diamond-shaped infield, foul lines and the three-strike rule. He also stopped the dangerous practice of tagging runners by throwing balls at them. Mr. Cartwright's changes made the burgeoning pastime faster-paced and more challenging while clearly differentiating it from older games like cricket. In 1846, the Knickerbockers played the first official game of baseball against a team of cricket players, beginning a new, uniquely American tradition.