Where to Get the Best Baseball Flags in California

California has some of the most prominent universities in the United States that has ranked in various sports especially Baseball. The Californians cannot hide their love for the sports and it is obvious because many of the famous athletes in history are from California. Amongst other states, California has produced the most winners of various sports. Here are some of the greatest players California has produced in the last 10 decades:

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  • 1946 Glenn Davis from Bonita High School in La Verne
  • 1964 John Huarte from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana
  • 1965 Mike Garrett from Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles
  • 1967 Gary Beban from Sequoia High School in Redwood City
  • 1968 O. J. Simpson from Galileo High School in San Francisco
  • 1970 Jim Plunkett from William C. Overfelt High School, then James Lick High School, in East San Jose
  • 1979 Charles White from San Fernando High School in San Fernando
  • 1981 Marcus Allen from Abraham Lincoln High School in San Diego
  • 1992 Gino Torretta from Pinole Valley High School in Pinole
  • 1994 Rashaan Salaam from La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla
  • 1998 Ricky Williams from Patrick Henry High School in San Diego
  • 2002 Carson Palmer from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita
  • 2004 Matt Leinart from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana
  • 2005 (vacated in 2010) Reggie Bush from Helix High School in La Mesa


Let Your Kids Discover the Joy of Football

Football has becoming more and more popular to kids and even grownups, whether played along the streets or in real football stadium fans cannot the exciting display produced by the sports. Football is a combination of speed, skills and strength and if you notice that your child is showing interest in the game, consider yourself a lucky parent because most kids these days are hooked into gadgets and video games. Allow us to tell you the benefits of teaching football to your kids at an early age.

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Playing sports will teach your kids three important life lessons:

Art of Communicating

Good communication will play an important part in the way a child maintain and develop healthy relationships. Letting them participate in football games will help them improve their communication skills.

Football is a good way to keep a close relationship to your kids, if you are successful in making them interested in the game you can also teach them other things that will make the game more interesting for them and making a football banner together. Kids will surely enjoy the art of making colourful banners that will bear their name and their number. (more…)