2017 WAGS Gift Guide
As fun as it seems to get lavish Christmas Gifts, I'm all about practicality. What will help me be the most efficient when it's February and we're packing up again?
After 4 years in baseball, I've compiled a list of my favorite travel necessities as well as some things on my personal wish list. Pass this along to your parents, your significant other, or whoever is buying your gifts this year.
I pack in a big duffle bag so these cubes help keep me sane. I put my hair stuff in one, books in another, jeans in the big one, and pajamas in the other. They are great for keeping your things portioned out, especially if you don’t have the luxury of a dresser for your in-season living arrangement.
This cable organizer keeps all my chargers and headphones in one place. It compacts well too, so I can keep it in my purse!
Say goodbye to tangles and lost earring backs. This is as compact as my wallet but keeps necklaces, bracelets, and earrings separate.
What's worse than being at a baseball game with a dead phone?! Ugh! Keep this with you at all times for those just-in-case moments.
Because we love to fan-girl over our favorite player. And team gear can be so cheesy.
This suitcase holds so much and lasts forever. I got mine 7 years ago and it has lasted me on hundreds of trips. I know the hard cover suitcases are all the rave (I caved and bought one), but they don’t fit under a bed when you’re sharing a house with 3 other players.
Because duh, the perfect comfy grey shirt to pair with your leggings on move-in day.
This dry shampoo is the best I’ve used. When you’re traveling lots, staying up late, and going to baseball games nonstop, dry shampoo is a lifesaver.
There are two places I can always count on during the season—the field and Starbucks!
What's on your wish list this year?