The term Bush League comes from the late 1800's and early 1900's. Originally it was a term to denote baseball leagues played in America's Bush. The term Bush only represents the outback of Australia; in the early 1900's it also meant rural America.
The Bush League Shield Series is a throwback to to baseball played in the heartland of America when Bush League meant the parks and towns that were not quite as sophisticated as Major League Baseball at the time.
Bush players played hard with lessor equipment and fields. They worked hard in the factories and farms of America during the day and played the great game at night.
The Shield Series represents the best of local baseball around this wonderful country. Show your local pride with a Bush Shield.