Gift Guide For The Sports Fan

By Elijah Bates
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Spend A Little More (Under $100)

Who wouldn’t want to commemorate America’s pastime and celebrate the season. The New Era St. Louis Cardinals Black-White 2011 World Series Champions Locker Room Flex Fit Hat (which isn’t a mouthful at all) does both of those things. You may not even know where the hell St. Louis is, but that certainly shouldn’t stop you from dropping the necessary $31.95 on this spiffy gift and doing your part to support MLB (strike-free since 1995).

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Photo Credit: Cooler Fun

Before heading out to go pre-game the pre-season, tie one (or 12) on with the Beer Belly Drinking Sack from Cooler Fun. Honestly, the game is just the beginning of the journey with this wondrous invention. Think of the possibilities: church, movies, recitals, funerals, conversations, etc. And at $30, it’ll burst bladders before it ever breaks the bank.

Some things can be done in public (like wearing hidden beer bellies), and some things can’t. Being a wrestling fan? That’s one secret that might be best kept under wraps. Let the wrestling fan step into the squared circle this holiday season, in the privacy of his own home, with THQ‘s WWE ’12 video game for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii. Instead of dropping Benjamins on expensive pay-per-view events, he can now create them himself.

New Era St. Louis Cardinals Black-White 2011 World Series Champions Locker Room Flex Fit Hat – Fanshop ($31.95)

Beer Belly Drinking Sack – Cooler Fun ($29.99)

WWE ’12 Video Game – THQ ($49.99 and up)

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