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Behold the Shop's most unusual ways to support your favorite team this postseason

So you already own the postseason jersey, cap and T-shirt, and you have a collection of your favorite player's photos tacked up on your wall like you're Claire Danes in Homeland

But if you're an Orioles, Royals, Giants or Cardinals fan, you probably want something new to show off as your team pushes towards the World Series. And you're likely looking for an item that will really make your collection stand out.

We're here to help. After searching deep within the Shop's internet shelves, we've found the perfect products to clearly illustrate your love of your team. 


Assuming you don't have $1,400 to spend on an Orioles necklace, why not truly embrace Spooktober baseball with this Orioles zombie statue? After all, if this creature can return from the dead, then surely the Orioles can come back from a 3-0 series deficit. 



While this Muppet Baby version of Sluggerrr is a great conversation starter (namely, why aren't babies born with beards?) ...


What you really need is a product that is both fashionable and functional. And by that I mean a blinged out tumbler:


If your favorite team is called the Royals then all of your drinkware simply must be bedazzled. 


If you're looking at this stuffed rhinoceros, I want you to ask yourself two questions:

1. What is a rhino doing with a San Francisco Giants tattoo?  


2. Why does he feel the need to hide his identity? 


However, if you want to protect your own identity and/or attend Halloween parties in style, then the Tim Lincecum mask is for you: 

Tim Lincecum

Fortunately, Lincecum is no stranger to dressing up. So he probably won't be creeped out or anything. 



Finally, for fans of the Redbirds, there's the man in red: Santa Claus. Since it's never too early to start planning for Christmas, why not pick up some Cardinals Christmas plates? My only wish: that it was Stan Musial under the beard. 


But for those who don't feel like celebrating Xmas in October though, you can never go wrong with Fredbird and dear, old Mom.