Best Gifts for Baseball Players (2023 Holiday Edition)

Posted on November 11th, 2023 to Accessories by

Here’s a list we put together for the best gifts for baseball players for Christmas, and let me tell you; this year’s holiday lineup is FIRE. This blog is NOT another corny list of cheap stuff. We are not paid to place any of these products. This guide is built by players, for players.


  • Bats
  • Cleats
  • Protective Equipment
  • Batting Gloves
  • Misc


2024 Louisville Slugger Atlas – $350


“Set sail and forge your path to greatness with the Atlas BBCOR Baseball Bat by Louisville Slugger!”

2024 Louisville Slugger Meta – $500


“Slugger is here with their 5th rendition of the Meta BBCOR bat and it is poised to hit rockets across high school and college baseball fields, just like its predecessors!”

2024 DeMarini Voodoo One – $400


“A light-swinging power bat for clean-up and lead-off hitters alike there is no secret why the Voodoo One is one of the most popular BBCOR bats ever. A reinforced handle paired with the X14 alloy barrel makes for an updated and more durable power baseball bat.”

2024 DeMarini Goods – $350


“Elevate your game with The Goods BBCOR bat from DeMarini – a bat designed to enhance your performance on the field! Sporting a sleek and sophisticated grey and black color scheme, accented by a striking American flag decal, this bat not only performs well but also looks great.”

2024 Easton Mav1 – $300


Easton Advanced Labs brings you the most cutting-edge 1-piece alloy baseball bat you’ll find in the game: the MAV1.”

2024 Easton Rope – $500

2024 Easton Rope BBCOR Baseball Bat: EBB4RPE3


“Harness the power of 3D Rope Coil Composite, and experience a level of comfort and control like never before with the Easton Rope BBCOR Baseball Bat!”


New Balance Cleats – $88


New Balance cleats have long been the leader in comfort and function. This year, they brought the heat on the aesthetics too.

Protective Equipment

EvoShield Sliding Mitt – $33


Don’t break your fingers diving into first. Plus, in the game of inches, these couple extra could make all the difference.

EvoShield Elbow Guard – $70


EvoShield has been producing the top safety equipment for decades now. Their form fit technology is second to none, and with so many color options, you can definitely find one that matches your team.

G Form Elbow Guard – $55


G Form’s elbow guard is not form fitting, but the material is very comfortable and moves with your body without restriction. For those who like a softer arm-guard, G Form is the way to go.

EvoShield Shin Guard – $99


What can be said about EvoShield that hasn’t been already? EvoShield tops all in the protective equipment side of the game. These shin guards are no different.

Batting Gloves

EvoShield Batting Gloves – $47


Wearing the EvoShield name, these gloves provide the patented form fitting technology mixed with fresh color ways.

Bruce Bolt Batting Gloves – $100


Bruce Bolt is becoming a force to be reckoned with when it comes to batting gloves. They are super thick and durable, built to last.

Franklin Batting Gloves – $70


Franklin batting gloves have always been an MLB staple. This year, they’ve added onto the product list with these heavy-duty gloves. Franklin is known to be the most comfortable gloves in the game.

Warstic Batting Gloves – $55


Similar to the two models above, Warstic batting gloves are made to be durable. Between the thick models, it really comes down to personal preference. It’s hard to go wrong with anything on this list.


100% Sunglasses – $160

100% Tatis 23 LE Hypercraft Sunglasses | Dick's Sporting Goods


100% burst onto the scene in 2023. With Fernando Tatis as their main MLB figurehead, you know they care about style. Be on the lookout for this brand this year.

Oakley Sunglasses – $183


Oakley’s boast the best brand in athletic sunglasses. They are timeless, with variations for all personal styles.


Pocket Radar – $399


For players obsessed player development, a pocket radar is a great tool for measuring pitch speed and progression.

Whoop – $239


For the health-conscious athletes (which should be all of you!), the Whoop band offers insights into physical exertion, recovery, and sleep patterns. It’s like an Apple Watch, without the distraction – aiding in maintaining peak performance.

Portable Speaker – $27


For pre games, practices, bus rides and more, a portable speaker is right for any occasion.

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