If you really want to show your support for the Indians now that they are playing good baseball, Amazon.com has you covered. Much like I did during football season, I have decided to scour the site for some of the more interesting pieces of team gear and memorabilia.
One of the favorites from football season was the logo-making toaster. What better way to start off your day with the most important meal? Chief Wahoo will soak up all the butter or jam you can pile on with your Indians logo toaster. It toasts Wahoo’s image right onto the toast. No word what the logo looks like on an Eggo.
Nothing says baseball fan like a gnome. You might think that this is a ginormous waste of $10 + shipping, but look at those customer reviews. Almost five stars after 11 customer reviews. Are you willing to bet against 11 Tribe fans right now with the way the team is playing?
Most Cleveland Indians’ seasons are more difficult to figure out than a Rubik’s Cube. Even when the team is winning a lot of people including many of the talking heads at ESPN are at a loss when trying to explain it. As long as the Indians aren’t frustrating us on the field, you can afford to allow this infernal “puzzle” to frustrate you at home, though I don’t recommend it.
Is it candy, a toy, or both? Pez dispensers are something I never truly understood. Was I really going to carry it around? Was I really not going to eat the candy way to fast to justify ever loading it into the dispenser? In terms of inexplicable products, this one is only slightly more explainable than the Pet Rock, I think.
One question. What happens when I say “King Me?” And if we play checkers, you can be rest assured that I will be saying “King me” a whole lot. Regardless, what happens? Do the helmets sit on top of each other like checkers do? Inquiring minds want to know. (No, I didn’t bother reading the description to find out.)
When it is windy, everyone going by your house will be able to see just how big a Tribe fan you are. When it is still, they will just see a strange looking Wahoo being obscured by the curvy, bendy metal.
It is never too early to plan for the Christmas holiday season. Well, unless you are Jewish, I guess. Then it is always too early. Either way, if you have a hankering in your soul to prove how much you love the Tribe while also singing Jingle Bells, $25 is just about all you need to buy a baseball stocking from a seller called “Football Fanatics” on Amazon.
Of course this is from 2005. Just in case you want to commemorate one of the least green vehicles in the history of American automotive history, you can do so with Indians colors assisting you. 35% off your normal price, too. You can’t afford not to, really.
Another one of my favorites from Browns’ season. The team-themed Mr. Potato Head Sports Spud. I don’t have much to say about this one. Mr. Potato head is pretty cool. Why not buy a Cleveland Indians themed one?
And last but not least, we have to give everyone the “Stairway” of team-branded collectibles… The Snuggy.