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Baseball & Softball Design Templates & Clipart
Score a home run with one-of-a-kind baseball and softball t-shirts from CustomInk! Your team will look like winners in their baseball jerseys, just like the sporty guys and gals in the photos below. For inspiration, check out our softball design ideas, as well as our list of our funny team names.
Getting Pitch Slap by Pitch Slap - 7 months ago
The Foxes and the Hounds winning! by The Foxes and the Hounds - 7 months ago
After the big comeback victory! by mattishmoorish - 7 months ago
Softball shirts! by Ed Brandt - 7 months ago
Blythe Chippies by Blythe Chippies - 7 months ago
Softball Team (UMP YOURS) by The UMP YOURS - 7 months ago
"This is our college intramural softball team The Ump Yours, this was right after one of our games that we won 20-0 in the second inning. The unique thing about our team is it is not stacked we are a bunch of people we didn't even know where others don't have the same story. Custom Ink was able to bring us together and make us a team. (Look at those great shirts)"
NO GLOVE NO LOVE #NGNL by NO GLOVE NO LOVE #NGNL - 7 months ago
DAI Stingers Last Game by DAI Softball - 7 months ago
"The DAI Stingers are comprised of a group of employees from the international development company DAI, as well as a few friends. Off the field this group is dedicated to solving fundamental social and economic development problems caused by inefficient markets, ineffective governance, and instability. On the field this group focuses its attention and skills on solving rounding home place. Win or lose, this group is always ready for an entertaining evening, playing around iconic backdrops including the Washington Monument (pictured) make the experience all the more enjoyable. "
PSSC Softball Champs 2013 by Saltmania - 7 months ago
"Everhard Softball, claiming the illustrious PSSC Men's Softball championship, by "mercy rule." We couldn't have done it without the CustomInk team mantanks, which struck fear into the hearts of our enemies, while gently cooling our torsos as we ran the bases."