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Rangers, Dyson saves more than Baseball Games

August 18, 2016

Rangers, Dyson saves more than Baseball Games

     Roughly a month ago, an ESPN article was released with a headline that read: "..Mug injury puts Texas Rangers Pitcher Diekman on DL." 
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After reading the article---Thompson Mug Company, a company that creates drinking mugs from the barrels of baseball bats, teamed up with Sam Dyson, of the Texas Rangers, to put a safer alternative into Diekman's hand.
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    The photo of Diekman (below) says it all. The photo shows a face of a man that was led to a great discovery---a discovery that will help him sleep at night, knowing, he no longer has to drink from the oh-so risky glass mug, and that a splinter is the worst it can get when drinking from a Thompson baseball bat mug.
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Just as Diekman thought his mug days were coming to an end---Dyson came in and saved the situation. A thumbs up indeed, Dyson.

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  Thompson Mug Company wishes "luck" to Jake, Sam, and the rest of the crew that makes-up the Texas Rangers organization in the remainder of their season.

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       In addition to our mug shenanigans---we did a little good by donating to the 2 Seam Dream Foundation. To read more about their foundation, and possibly donate---please visit www.2seamdreamfoundation.com

    

     

 

 






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