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Houston Astros: Where to get your World Series championship merch – Houston Chronicle

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Rolandro Pruneda and his son, Rolando Jr. pick out World Series hat as fans flock to Minute Maid Park to purchase World Series apparel, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Workers hold up register numbers at checkout as fans flock to Minute Maid Park to purchase World Series apparel, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Leticia Barrios and her husband, Max, pick out shirts as fans flock to Minute Maid Park to purchase World Series apparel on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Jose Rodriguez, 7, sits on a large cement baseball holding an Astros World Series flag while his family waits in line that wrapped around Minute Maid Park to purchase championship apparel, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Cindy Poetz, right, gives World Series apparel she accidentally bought in the wrong size to Gil Cruze as he and his family wait in line at Minute Maid Park, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Fans leave with World Series apparel as the line for the team store wraps around Minute Maid Park, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Astros fans line up to shop for World Series championship apparel at Academy Sports & Outdoors, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Brizeiba Pena searches for the right shirt size as fans shop for World Series championship apparel at Academy Sports & Outdoors, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Astros fans shop for World Series championship apparel at Academy Sports & Outdoors, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Juan Saldana smiles as he looks at his haul after purchasing World Series championship apparel at Academy Sports & Outdoors, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, in Houston.
Since the Astros clinched their second World Series win on Saturday, fans have flocked to purchase commemorative merchandise.
Thousands of fans had already purchased shirts, hats, jerseys and other clothing to celebrate the big win, contributing to the millions of dollars in economic activity expected to be generated by this year’s World Series. Customers spent hours lined up at Academy Sports + Outdoors and the Union Station Team Store at Minute Maid Park the night of the win and early next morning to snag their new merch. 
But if you haven’t yet made it to a store near you, don’t worry — both big and small businesses in the Houston area say they have tons of stock, and more coming.
Academy Sports + Outdoors is receiving new product shipments of its World Series merchandise daily, and will continue to do so as long as customers keep buying, a spokesperson for the company said. 
The retailer’s World Series lineup includes Fanatics Astros 2022 World Series Champs Locker Room t-shirts, World Series jerseys, and other shirts, hats, beanies and novelty items such as folding chairs from various brands such as Nike and 47 Brand.
World Series merchandise is available at all Academy locations in:
Fans can find a store near them using Academy’s online store finder. Merchandise is also available to browse on the retailer’s website, though its online inventory is limited.
At DICK’S Sporting Goods, fans can shop a variety of shirts, sweatshirts, hats, jerseys, drinkware and other accessories from MLB, Fanatics, Nike and more. 
World Series merchandise is available online and at the retailer’s locations in:
Inventory is also available online for home delivery.
EaDo Shirt Company is a local small business run by two Astros fans, Heber Linares and Jason Peña, two Astros fans themselves. The company offers a selection of their Astros and Houston merchandise online, alongside local pop-up shops. During the parade, fans can find them at Neil’s Bahr at 2006 Walker Street in downtown Houston.
EaDo’s designs went viral on Twitter after one of their shirts was seen on the fan who ran on to Astros fan who ran on to the field during the American League Championship Series to huge Jose Altuve.
The official Major League Baseball shop is offering free shipping until 11 p.m. Central Time on Monday for all online orders over $24 using the code 24FS. 
The shop’s offerings include official locker room shirts, sweatshirts, hats and towels, custom Astros jerseys, and even Astros jewelry, pet accessories and bedding alongside more traditional offerings. Fans can also shop memorabilia such as autographed bats with the World Series logo, autographed baseballs, commemorative coins and more. 
Running Game Clothing Company is another local Houston business run by and for Houston sports fans. 
The business has rolled out a fleet of new designs for the World Series win that are now available for pre-sale on their website. Running Game also hosts pop-up shops at local bars. Fans can follow them on Instagram to see where they’ll be next.
The Union Station Team Store at Minute Maid Park is stocked with World Series gear. During the week, the store is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., as well as 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, but is closed on Sundays.
megan.munce@chron.com
Megan Munce is a Hearst Fellow working for the Houston Chronicle.
Megan recently graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism with a B.S. and M.S. in journalism and a second major in political science.
She previously worked as an audience engagement fellow and a reporting fellow at the Texas Tribune, as well as an audience intelligence intern for KQED, the Bay Area’s NPR and PBS member station.
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