Baseball season may have just ended, but it's time to start gearing up for 2018. The Astros may have won the World Series this year, but the CBS Sports Shop is already preparing for every team's next season. Now's the time to start repping your favorite player. It could be Clayton Kershaw or Justin Verlander. Just maybe hold off on Giancarlo Stanton for now.

Black Friday discounts begin on Wednesday in the CBS Sports Shop with 15 percent off orders of $75 or more, and you can avoid the hassle of Black Friday lines at the mal by ordering online.

If you're a fan of the Angels, then you can wear the jersey of the best player in baseball. Mike Trout's Angels jersey won't go out of style, and the white one will keep the Southern California sun off.


Trout's idea of a "down" year is sixth in the league in hitting with a .306 batting average, but he'll be back in the batting title mix next year, and the year after that. A perennial all-star, Trout is widely considered to be among the best if not the best player in baseball. He's consistent, maddeningly so to divisional opponents, and his jersey is always among the top crowd pleasers.

Then again, maybe you're just all about that Houston life right now. Obviously championship gear is always a good bet, but Jose Altuve was the MLB batting champion last season and a huge key to the Astros' postseason success. An outstanding player, Altuve's jersey can go to the Astros fan in your life. 


Of course, maybe you want to get in on the ground floor. No one's ever bandwagoned the Yankees right? Not this Yankees team. It's a fun, young group of players led by Aaron Judge, who was an MVP candidate in his first season. The pinstripes are a classic look, and Judge promises to be around for a long, long time. This is the kind of jersey you get someone that likes to keep them around, because Judge promises to be a star for the Yankees.


Shopping for sports' fans is great because there's always something to get them. The CBS Sports Shop has hats and t-shirts in addition to this gear, and an assortment of other odds and ends.