Show Your State Pride with Maryland Flag Baseball Shorts

In light of recent events, we have come to realize something that we already knew to be true. Our state is full of people who are proud to call Maryland home. And we as a people are proud to display our state flag anywhere and everywhere. Some people proudly fly the flag outside of their homes. Some display Maryland flag bumper stickers on their car. And others proudly wear clothing – like Sandlot Swag baseball shorts – depicting our state flag.

Maryland Flag Baseball Shorts from Sandlot Swag

Designed initially for youth baseball players, our crazy and cool shorts have become very popular among adults as well. Our Maryland Flag Baseball Shorts are designed for lovers of baseball and lovers of Maryland alike. These shorts are available in youth small, medium, large, and extra-large, and adult medium, large, extra-large and double extra-large.

 Maryland Flag Baseball Shorts

All of our baseball shorts are designed with a side seam, slit pockets, elastic waistband and drawstring, and feature the Sandlot Swag logo on the side panel. We use a sublimation process in which the designs are dyed directly into the fabric, meaning the design will not wear away over time.

Maryland Flag Fun Facts

  • The designer of the state flag is unknown.
  • The flag was adopted in 1904.
  • It is the only US state flag based on British heraldry.
  • The Maryland flag contains the family crest of the Calvert and Crossland families. The black and Gold designs belong to the Calvert family, while the red and white design belongs to the Crossland family.

What More Swag?

Click Here to view our full line of baseball shorts. We also offer custom shorts, perfect for travel teams, school and sports team fundraisers, slow pitch softball teams, flag football teams, and more!

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