Top 10 Gifts for the Sports Fan Dad
Don’t know what to get your sports loving dad for Father’s Day and starting to sweat? Save your energy for the field; we’ve got all your bases covered! Any one of these top 10 gifts will earn the perfect score from your pops.
Bond over baseball with a scorekeeper you voted on using our voting app! Created by New York Times sports columnist Stuart Miller, this scorekeeper allows you and your pops to track the MLB from now til the World Series, though if you’re spending time with dad, who’s keeping score?
This gift will not only put a smile on dad’s face, but also bring fun for the whole family – a real win-win situation! And, it’s a gift that keeps on giving – after Father’s Day, you can take this table tennis set to go for endless fun on summer vacations.
Dad will be ready to tackle any challenges that threaten to intercept his productivity at work with these cufflinks made from actual helmets used in NCAA college football games.
Throw your old man a curve ball with this pen made from the salvaged seat of his favorite stadium. Each pen is laser engraved and comes with a certificate ensuring its authenticity.
His recess days may have ended, but if your dad’s a kid at heart he’ll love any excuse to play ball inside. This desktop dodgeball game is a great way for him to let loose!
Allow your dad to re”cycle” with this belt that’s both environmentally friendly and functional. Made from salvaged bike tires and available in two different styles, the bike tread belt is perfect for your Mother Earth-loving Father.
Whether he’s hurrying home from a morning run or coming back after a long day at work, the finish line mat will remind him to follow through and finish strong.
If your dad’s a fan of a more calm and classic game, gear him up for some serious fun: bocce! In addition to following in your Father’s footsteps, you and the family can play a game that has roots in Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
Put yer Pa’s baseball knowledge to the test with this unique baseball created by legendary New York Times Crossword editor Will Shortz. If he gets stuck on a clue, answers are included – or, take a break and play ball!
Dad always taught you to play a clean game – show him you were listening with this purposeful gift that allows him to give the game his all.