2004 World Series All Star Game Bunting Flag
Opening Day, the All Star Game, and the World Series is when Major League Baseball puts on its finest "Sunday Best" for all to see and enjoy. The stadiums are extra clean, the field is immaculately groomed, and the souvenir stands are full. One of the accoutrements most evident to fans enjoying the baseball festivities, whether in person or on TV, are the red, white, and blue flag-like patriotic banners liberally placed around the stadium. They are a proud statement which reflects a prideful appearance and our nation's love of baseball, hot dogs, and apple pie.
This selection of bunting came from Fenway Park in Boston, where it hung during the 2004 World Series.
It has remnants of double-sided tape patches used to keep the bunting from becoming dislodged or flapping during a windy New England evening.
The look these items portray is a deep American tradition, not only at sporting events, but at parades, political gatherings, and holiday celebrations.
They proudly pay tribute to our heritage inside our sporting arena of life, as well as other places.
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