Examples of pennant in a Sentence
pennants waving atop the tower
The Red Sox won the American League pennant in 2004.
Recent Examples of pennant from the Web
There was some movement, including a slowly approaching shot of the park’s icon, apparently ready for its closeup, the furling of pennants, the flickering of lights at the hub and the occasional bird in flight.
Cody Bellinger home run shots, Yasiel Puig diving catches, another pennant catching the wind.
Has the first month of the season given Houston Astros fans any reason to think their team won’t be a pennant contender this fall?
At the time, the team was still filled with veterans who had led the Phillies to five straight National League East titles, two N.L. pennants, and one World Series title.
Former Dodger pitcher Tommy Lasorda steps in, winning two World Series and four pennants.
The Rays won the pennant in 2008 and averaged 91 victories over a six-season span.
The singular orange sapphire not only represents the Astros National League pennant, but also Jim Crane's first World Series championship.
Staub was traded to the Mets in 1972 and one year later helped lead them to a surprising National League pennant.
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PENNANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pennant for English Language Learners
: a long, thin, pointed flag
baseball : the prize that is awarded to the champions of the American League and the National League each year
PENNANT Defined for Kids
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