Big League Chew Female Softball Outta Here Original Bubble Gum, 2.12-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 12)
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Founded by former left-handed pitcher Rob “Nellie” Nelson, Big League Chew started from humble beginnings in the Portland Mavericks bullpen in 1977. For more than 35 years, the iconic pouches packed with shredded, flavorful bubble gum have become the preferred chewing gum for all ages having sold more than 800 million pouches to date.
- Featuring the FIRST Softball Player on Big League Chew packaging. Shredded bubble gum in a folding foil pouch that keeps the juicy flavor locked inside.
- The new player was brought to life by Amanda MacFarlane, a freelance character designer and the daughter of former Major League shortstop Bobby Bonner. A self-taught artist, MacFarlane drew inspiration for the character from her softball-playing niece.
- This new pouch is inspired by the girls who play hard and dream big. Welcome to the Big League Chew family.
- You probably know Big League Chew’s packaging: A giant, muscle-bound man ready to crack some dingers and chomp on some bubble gum. But now, more than 40 years after the idea of the gum was dreamed up by two pitchers in a Portland Mavericks bullpen, there’s a new character making its debut.
- Yes, a female ballplayer. There to represent millions of softballers like Jennie Finch, Japanese knuckleballers such as Eri Yoshida, the Sonoma Stompers’ Kelsie Whitmore and Stacy Piagno or, you know, Little League hero Mo’ne Davis.