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Sports fan dad gift guide

#1/10: Baseball Fantasy Camp
#1/10: Baseball Fantasy Camp
Middle aged men can act like kids again, thanks to baseball fantasy camps. Send your dad to a week of baseball camp to play ball with his favorite team or sports stars. These camps cost several thousand dollars but offer a lifetime of memories. You can find out more information from the hihard1.com baseball fantasy camp directory.
#2/10: Plasma TV
#2/10: Plasma TV
There's nothing like watching a game on a high-definition plasma TV. If you want to splurge on your sports loving dad, you can get this 42-inch Panasonic plasma television at BestBuy for under $1,000.
#3/10: La-Z-Boy Recliner
#3/10: La-Z-Boy Recliner
Your dad will love watching his favorite sports in a big, comfortable new recliner. La-Z-Boy offers high quality furniture from a brand you can trust. This La-Z-Boy Larson recliner is priced just under $1,000.
#4/10: Snack Helmet
#4/10: Snack Helmet
Any football fan would love this snack helmet. The helmet is actually a bowl for chips and dips or other snacks. FansEdge.com offers these snack helmets featuring the logo and colors of many NFL and college teams for $64.99 each.
#5/10: Personalized Golf Balls
#5/10: Personalized Golf Balls
Is your dad trying to be the next Tiger Woods? He'll appreciate a set of personalized golf balls. You can get a dozen golf balls embossed with his name at Walmart ($29.97) and other sporting good retailers.
#7/10: Authentic Jersey
#7/10: Authentic Jersey
Give your dad an authentic jersey, just like the pros wear. You can get player jerseys from Eastbay, FansEdge and other sports retailers. Authentic jerseys vary in price, starting at around $100.
#9/10: Mini Refrigerator
#9/10: Mini Refrigerator
A mini fridge is essential for the game room or den. It's a fabulous gift for a sports fan because it limits trips to the kitchen for beer and munchies. Many appliance stores offer compact refrigerators for around $100.
#10/10: Sports Tickets
#10/10: Sports Tickets
What better gift for a sports fan that tickets to watch his favorite team play. Buy your dad a pair of tickets and spend the day together at the ballpark. Pitch in with the whole family and buy him season tickets, if you can.
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