"Kiss Me, I’m from Marshfield" ... Pre-Game Sports Sports New "Greenwear" for St. Patrick’s Day

While it’s far from usual for people to don green on St. Patrick’s Day, sports franchises like the Boston Red Sox have sold green t-shirts and hats to get into the spirit of the holiday. This year, Pre-Game Sports, Marshfield’s premier sporting goods retailer located in Webster Square, has gotten in on the act by selling custom-designed “Kiss Me, I’m from Marshfield” t-shirts. - March 06, 2008

And the Winner Is… Rexhame Beach Design Wins Pre-Game Sports Marshfield T-Shirt Contest

They say a picture is worth one thousand words. For Tess Webster, of Marshfield, “Rexhame Beach,” her design using surfboards and shark tales beat out hundreds of other words and slogans to take first prize in Pre-Game Sports’s t-shirt slogan contest. - January 26, 2008

Pre-Game Sports Sponsors "Athletes of the Week" Segment on WATD’s "Sports Exchange"

The recently concluded fall sports season featured a number of star performers at area high schools. - December 15, 2007

Don We Now Our MarshVegas Apparel

Pre-Game Sports to donate 25% of proceeds on Marshfield apparel to Marshfield Community Christmas. - November 29, 2007

Pre-Game Sports Sponsors “Athletes of the Week” Segment on WATD’s “Sports Exchange”

The fall sports season is in full swing and more than a few local high school athletes have shined on the playing fields thus far. - October 24, 2007

Playoff Fever Strikes Pre-Game Sports... Marshfield Sporting Goods Store Adds Reinforcements to Red Sox Fan Gear

Being a Red Sox fan requires a certain level of commitment. Sure, we wear our Big Papi and Manny Ramirez t-shirts and jerseys with pride, but we also root for role players like Julio Lugo and Coco Crisp, individuals who might make the difference in the Red Sox’ quest for a championship. - October 16, 2007

Marshfield Happens - Pre-Game Sports Seeks Marshfield Slogans for Upcoming Series of T-Shirts and Jerseys

When Pre-Game Sports introduced a Welcome to Marsh Vegas t-shirt over the summer, it had trouble keeping the new shirts on the shelves. - September 07, 2007

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