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San Francisco Giants: 5 Totally Unique Ways to Celebrate the World Series Champs!

Business in San Francisco will come to a halt on Wednesday when the city hosts a great big ticker tape parade for their San Francisco Giants. The team won, for the first time, the World Series and the town, the city I was born and bred in, has never been so baseball crazy. Giants stores are packed, orange and black is everywhere and Giants fever has infected all our 7 x 7 miles. Most just go for a t-shirt, a ball cap or one of those big foam fingers. But here are five awesome and interesting gifts you can get for babies, kids and collectors.

Above: Limited Edition Fear the Beard Hand Cut pacifier accessory. This is by far the most original Giants goodie to pick up. This handmade beard fits around your baby’s pacifier for include beard action! Available from Etsy seller piquantdesigns here (but right now it looks like they are sold out).

San Francisco Giants Stationary Set by Liz Ohsiek Designs
Upcycled from old Bill James Handbooks, this set of envelopes with Giants orange notecards have been hand-cut, folded and glued by hand. Available right here from Etsy creator Liz Ohsiek for $18.

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Tim Lincecum Painting
For those reallly big TIm Lincecum fans out there, and there are alot of them, you can invest in a piece of art in honor of the Cy Young winning pitcher. You can snap up this one of a kind piece right here for $400.

A World Series Used Base
For those with deep pockets, you can impress your friends and neighbors by bidding and perhaps winning a base used World Series base. This particular base was used in the 4th -6th inning in Game 1 and yes, it is in used condition, ‘natch. You can bid on this in the next four days. As of Tuesday evening the bidding was up to $1020, you can check it out here.

Hand Silk Screened Poster
This is just one of the series of limited edition hand silk screened posters honoring the Giants star players. This framed edition is available here $119.99.

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