New this year to our Nationals’ gift guide is a subscription to SportsCrate.com starting at just $29.99 and click here as we do a reveal of our subscription with a box break. Use TALKNATS30 for a 30% discount until the end of the year.
Next up and not available for a week is the new Washington Nationals spring training cap which features the capitol dome and a block print “W”. They will go on sale initially at Winterfest on December 1st.
Many people thought the new Nats cap logo looked familar, and the good people at @sportslogosnet figured out why the Nats new cap logo looked familiar. It is the basic Senators logo used on some 1950's Topps baseball cards! pic.twitter.com/2HAw4NdrAt
— Talk Nats ⚾ (@TalkNats2) November 17, 2018
If you want something a little more affordable for a baseball experience, Andrew Ross aka Draz will once again be coordinating at least one TalkNats/HSI road trip through TravelNats. Last year’s trip to Philadelphia was very affordable for the game ticket and premium charter bus transportation for less than $99!
This unique piece of 3-D wall art is a striking piece to hang on your wall. It is listed here at YouTheFan for $199.99 with at least 20% off.
Who doesn’t need socks? These are available from Stance Socks and are the same that you saw many Nats players wear. They are $19 on Fanatics and almost sold-out, but do not fear they have other styles!
Lizard Skins is now seen on so many bats and they are now making team branded tape for someone wanting that Nats wrap.
Do you have $925 for a bar stool topped by a game used base used in a Nationals game? Just another unique piece from Tokens & Icons.
A mini glove business card holder? That would be great for any Law Firm! Are Kintlzer, Madson & Doolittle in need of business cards? This is from Berginos!
For the young lady who wants a Nats themed purse, Dooney & Bourke has this one for under $135.
For anyone who wants to drink some beers like a high rolling Nats fan comes this bar set from Fanatics for under $99.
There aren’t supposed to be ties in baseball, but you can wear this beauty if you need a baseball tie?Hatland.com in Ocean City, Maryland has their collection of burgundy and gold MLB approved Nats caps! On special for $31.44 Link here.
This New Era exclusive cap commemorates the Washington Senators 1937 All-Star game and is just $37.00. The link is here.
For the fans of cutting edge T-shirts, go to 500 Level’s webpage. They have all of your favorite Nats player as they are an official licensee of the MLBPA. Here is a $25 Trea Turner shirt with his TVT7 logo.
For the person who has almost everything, you can get these customized Oakley MLB approved Washington Nationals sunglasses. The lens even has a Nationals logo on them! Link here. Cost at varies.
How’s about a baseball bat backpack with a compartment for your sunglasses, fielder’s glove, and 2 baseball bats if you wish, plus enough room for your laptop and other gear. The backpack was designed by former MLB player John Buck. Link here.
If you need a glove for that backpack, you can make custom gloves on the Rawlings custom glove builder website and expect to pay about $350 or add that extra level of customization and contact Pablo at Supreme Gloves as he does this for pro players like Bryce Harper, Giancarlo Stanton and Adam Jones:
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For the serious baseball player is an innovative swing analyzer from Zepp Baseball for $149 plus the cost of the bat. Click here.
Who on your cul de sac has a baseball bat rocking chair? Maybe you can make a deal and send them your favorite bats to really make this one-of-a-kind if you are a Bat Hoarder like Clint Robinson or me this is coolest. If you use game used bats, try not to use bats with pine tar! Click here for info and have about $400 dollars for this one!
A team signed 2005 ball from the end of the season so you get Ryan Zimmerman #25 on the baseball below Frank Robinson. A few left and yes they are pricey but where could you get all of the autographs from that year from all of the players. Click here.
For the youngster in everyone, start here to begin a collection of Juan Soto baseball cards. The greatest teenage baseball player is no longer a teenager — but his rookie cards are highly collectible. Of course eBay will be a good place to find an autographed Soto card like this one.
Maybe you want to donate a gift and here you can click and donate to the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation because it is always a great time to help others.
Now for the ultimate custom baseball gift. How’s about a residence near Mike Rizzo in SE Washington by Nats Park? The Bower is a new condo development by PN Hoffman and is currently under construction at 1300 4th Street. There just is not a lot of “for sale” residences in the area and now you can purchase ahead of Amazon moving in across the Potomac River. The development is scheduled for completion in 2019. Sales for available units range in price from $414,900 to over $1 million. The Bower has a total of 137 units. Sizes range from 575 to 1,165 square feet. Contact Jordan Stuart who is the Realtor to many Nats players, Capitals, and other local DC celebrities!
Let us know if you have a suggestion that we should add to our list! Happy shopping and happy holidays!