In time for the holiday season, I’ve taken the (considerable) time to update the Strikethree.com Baseball Stores. They’re now packed with the most up-to-date merchandise for the baseball fan on your holiday gift list. Shameless promotion to follow…
From San Francisco Giants championship gear and posters to vintage baseball art, it’s available. From Field of Dreams on Blu-ray to the brand new Tenth Inning of Ken Burns’ Baseball, you’ll find the most popular baseball videos listed in one place. The same with music: whether you want an MP3 of the classic turn-of-the-previous-century version of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” the recent album by indie sensation The Baseball Project (it’s killer, trust me) or the radio call of Robby Thomson’s 1951 pennant-winning hit, it’s all in our baseball music store, including a widget so you can hear previews.
In the baseball video game store, you’ve got all the popular games in one convenient place, no matter whether you’re rocking a PS3, XBox or Wii or going old-school on your PC. Even the handheld PSP and DS are accounted for.
Finally, our listing of baseball books is legendary, and the tradition continues. The full listing of 2011 baseball annuals tops the bill, including offerings from Baseball Prospectus, The Hardball Times and The Sporting News. You can now pre-order for delivery the day they’re released. Also, the best in memoirs, history, ballpark tours and roto instruction awaits. Seriously, find another list like this all in one place, I dare you.
Okay, there’s one more thing: if you haven’t looked at the assortment of Strikethree.com t-shirts and other original merchandise lately, you should. From the popular “got wood?” series to yakyu-solidarity coffee mugs, you can find a one-of-a-kind stocking stuffer in the Strikethree.com store at CafePress. Yes, every so often they arbitrarily corrupt the images and I have to go back in and fix them, but you appreciate that, right? Right?
Our partners in crime for this orgy of baseball merchandising include the aforementioned CafePress as well as Amazon.com and Art.com. We owe them a debt of gratitude for helping keep the server fund solvent.
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Festivus, I know you’ll find the right gift for the occasion at our baseball stores. And if there’s something particular you’re having a hard time tracking down, send me a note and I’ll try to help. ‘Tis the season and all that.
So, how ’bout those Giants?