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Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, New York City

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
A shop dedicated to the game of baseball, Bergino Baseball Clubhouse will satisfy any baseball lover. The store sells an extensive range of baseball merchandise but adopts a clubhouse atmosphere and arranges public events for fans to get together. Such events include panel discussions, lectures and book talks by the likes of Ed Kranepool, Dwight Gooden, and recent Hall of Famer Frank Thomas. The merchandise available includes custom baseballs, memorabilia, framed art, t-shirts, caps, and much more. A must visit for any die-hard baseball fan. Arrange your visit to Bergino Baseball Clubhouse and discover more family-friendly attractions in New York City using our New York City travel itinerary maker.
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  • A must "go-to” for any baseball lover! Grateful that I finally found this gem of a store that is also a museum and a venue for book signings and discussions. Jay, the owner, is a very warm person & kn...  read more »
  • We stumbled upon this store and loved it! A lot of fun and unusual items for any baseball lover or collector. We will be back! 
  • This is a must see stop for any baseball fan far and wide - very cool place and Jay is a super person. Don't miss it!! 
  • Baseball was my first love -- thus, a place like this is right up my alley. Bergino's isn't the traditional baseball memorabilia shop located in a suburban strip mall, nor is it like the chain-y 'Field of Dreams' sports shop with baseball cards and autographs at the forefront. Instead, it is more of a baseball-inspired art gallery, full of knick knacks for the sports nut to put in his office or shrine at home. The space is small with a one-room open layout, and the items are few, and usually limited edition or one-of-a-kind, so in a sense, the store is a rotating showroom. The walls are filled with Saturday Evening Post-style paintings and framed autographed documents and photos. Three particular items caught my eye -- a Tom Seaver-penned request to a watchmaker to send him more watches for his family, a Babe Ruth portrait made of legos, and a pitching-machine t-shirt rack (with one vintage tee for each team). Then there are the baseballs. Not the kind you would buy in bulk from Sports Authority...they are colorful, handmade pieces of art that sorta remind me of a mature/ritzy take on the free souvenir baseball a kid would get on a promotional day at the ballpark. The owner is proud of his books and has done an amazing job branding his shop as the premier place for would-be and established authors to debut their works. Along these lines, he hosts events, from having major league scouts come talk about the process of player recruitment to budding hall-of-famers tell their war stories. Bergino's is for the hardcore baseball fan and doesn't disappoint.
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