Parents and Fans Can Amp Up Giants-Dodgers Rivalry Through

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Baby Fans offers parents a way to show off their team affinity through their kids.

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Nothing brings fans together like a good old fashioned rivalry

With the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers renewing their long-time, Western Division rivalry beginning Monday, offers west coast parents and their children with ways to show support for their hometown teams. From Giants pacifiers and 3-piece creeper, bib and bootie sets to Dodgers toddler baseball hats and baby bottles, Baby Fans allows families to outfit their children in their favorite team’s gear.

“Nothing brings fans together like a good old fashioned rivalry,” said President of Baby Fans, Todd Wilson. “We provide a way for entire families to get involved in showing support for their team during heated match-ups like the Giants vs. Dodgers.”

The Dodgers vs. Giants rivalry is the longest-standing and one of the most storied rivalries in the history of baseball. Starting on the east coast, this cross-town rivalry between Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants moved to the west coast after both organizations agreed to relocation after the 1957 baseball season. Baseball stars like Willie Mays, Jackie Robinson, Mike Piazza and Barry Bonds have carried this rivalry from decade to decade. In turn, generations of families have passed down the importance of supporting their favorite team for this century-long rivalry as well. and Baby Fans Inc., outfits babies and toddlers with officially licensed apparel and merchandise for different sports teams across many different leagues including NFL, MLB, NCAA, and NASCAR.

About Baby Fans Inc. and Baby Fans, Inc. were founded in 2004. Headquartered in suburban Atlanta, GA, the company is dedicated to providing the best licensed team baby clothing and infant products available, while also giving customers the best in customer service. The school and team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks of the teams and schools indicated.

Contact: Nick Schubert, 937-369-9275, nick(dot)schuber(at)gmail(dot)com.


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