5 Gift Ideas for Baseball Season

Baseball season has officially begun, and Northwest Gifts has you covered with the perfect gift for a baseball fan. Here are 5 great gift ideas for baseball season:

Baseball Card SignBaseball Card Sign

Every baseball card collector knows this fear, even if it’s never actually happened to you: “I used to be a millionaire, until my mom threw out my baseball cards.” Great gift idea for the baseball card collector.

Personalized Baseball Pub Plaque10th Inning Baseball Pub Sign

Made in the USA from furniture grade wood, personalized with the name of your choice, and featuring a baseball diamond design with a 3-dimensional relief of a ball and glove, with classic sports lettering, this Man Cave plaque is the perfect personalized gift idea for a baseball fan.

Personalized Baseball Wall Decor SignBaseball Fan Cave Sign Personalized

Fan Cave sign for your MLB fan’s cave. Personalized, green and yellow colors with collegiate lettering, this nifty sign reads, “YOUR NAME’s FAN CAVE – Authorized Personnel Only – Cold Drinks – Good Snacks – Great Friends – Game On! – WELCOME”

Baseball Collectible Display CaseBaseball Collector Display Case

For the baseball fan with a collection of prized baseballs, home run balls, or autographed balls, our unique home-plate shaped baseball display, which holds 12 baseballs in its foam-core interior, framed in solid oak wood in your choice of Honey Oak, Dark Walnut, or Cherry finish stain.

Baseball Baby Shower Gift IdeaBaseball Baby Blanket

Got a baseball-themed baby shower coming up? Know a little one with a baseball-loving dad? Give them a great baseball-themed snuggle time with this minky plush Baseball Baby Blanket, shaped and designed like a baseball complete with red stitching.

How to Find a Gift for the Baseball Fan

Gift Ideas for Baseball Fans

Gift options for sports fans are almost virtually limitless. Not only are there oodles of collectible knick-knacks with team logos on them, and not only are there jerseys for every player past and present (not to mention posters, pennants, t-shirts, and cards), and not only is there an inexhaustible supply of sports equipment and accessories, there is a place called Ebay boasting millions of collectible artifacts from autographed home run balls to chinsey team tins. So how, especially with the 2010 World Series approaching, do you pick a gift for a baseball-loving sports fan?

Gift Ideas for Baseball Fans

The following series of basic questions should help you narrow down your search:

  1. What does he already have?
  2. Does he want more of it? If yes, this means you can get him something similar to what he already has, but that fills some sort of void in his collection / wardrobe / gear / etc. If no, go on:
  3. What doesn’t he have?
  4. Why doesn’t he have that? Maybe he doesn’t have that great big awesome flatscreen because he’s afraid of spending too much on himself, or maybe he never gets tickets to games because he doesn’t think you’d like to go, or maybe he doesn’t have one of these awesome man cave signs for his game-viewing room because he’s never thought about it before. In any case, if you can identify something that is similar in style but different in substance, you know you’re on the right track. For instance, if he collects baseballs and you’ve given him autographed balls several times, you can get him this finely-made home-plate-shaped baseball collector’s display. Similar in style, but different in substance.

So here are some ideas to get you started: