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Minor League Baseball and Thompson Mug Co. Team Up | Bat Mug

February 01, 2019

Minor League Baseball and Thompson Mug Co. Team Up | Bat Mug

The Thompson Mug Company and Minor League Baseball team up to bring baseball fans MiLB branded Dugout Mugs®.

Following the announcement of a licensing agreement with Major League Baseball - the Thompson Mug Company has acquired a license with Minor League Baseball. The license covers all of their products, including: the Dugout Mug® (baseball bat mug), The Wined Up™ (mini baseball bat wine mug), the Knob Shot (bat knob shot glass), the Season Opener (baseball bat handle bottle opener), and the Cutter (half baseball bottle opener).

Shortly after teaming up with Minor League Baseball - the Thompson Mug Company has orders out to some of the biggest and best Minor League Clubs in baseball - such as, the Dayton Dragons,  Durham Bulls, New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Albuquerque Isotopes, & beyond. Be sure to look for them in your team store.

The Thompson Mug Company is the creators of the Dugout Mug® - the barrel of a baseball bat mug. Pop a top, pour your favorite liquid directly into the barrel, and Swig For The Fences™! For reading this, we want to welcome only the first 5 people to use the code MINOR50 for 50 percent off our site.






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