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This Deal On Baseballs, Bats And Gloves Should Help Sate Your Baseball Craving

This ball is on sale (Photo via Amazon)This ball is on sale (Photo via Amazon)

The baseball offseason is always a depressing time, marked by earlier sunsets and slow news days. At least, Christmas takes place this time of year, partly filling the void, but still there is just something missing.

Perhaps this Cyber Monday Deals Week deal can help. All sorts of baseball gear, from balls to bats to gloves, are on sale. I’ve listed just a few below. Check them all out here.

 

Normally $8, baseballs with team logos on them are 52 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Normally $8, baseballs with team logos on them are 52 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

MLB Team Logo Baseball on sale for $3.83

Normally $59, this glove is 26 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Normally $59, this glove is 26 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Rawlings Player Preferred Outfield Glove, Brown 14, Right Hand Throw on sale for $43.99

Normally $40, this bat is 20 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Normally $40, this bat is 20 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Rawlings Player Preferred Outfield Glove, Brown 14, Right Hand Throw on sale for $43.99

Normally $17, this official baseball is 26 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Normally $17, this official baseball is 26 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Rawlings Official Major League Baseball on sale for $12.90

Cyber Monday may be over, but the deals continue through Saturday for Cyber Monday Deals Week. The Daily Dealer will continue to be your one-stop-shop for all the internet’s best offers.

This ball is on sale (Photo via Amazon)
This ball is on sale (Photo via Amazon)

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