In the midst of this, almost unnoticed, the Yankees clinched the pennant.
With a pennant, a season, at stake, many pitchers would have taken the shot unhesitatingly.
The New York Yankees will not even make the playoffs, let alone win the American League pennant or the World Series.
You know were fighting for the pennant, and were depending on this king pitcher of ours more than on any one else to win out.
She's flying the White Ensign and an admiral's pennant, and, yes, a flag of truce.
The disappearance of the Black Rat was remarked by pennant as far back as 1778.
When the pennant is half mast, it denotes the death of the captain.
"Hold the sloop as she is, and I will board you," said Mr. pennant, as he saw the skipper filling away again.
Commodore Dallas's pennant was flying in the Constellation when I joined her.
The cat had looked up, stretched, and lazily gotten upon his feet and followed him, tail waving like a pennant.