Keep shopping: Get 20 percent off, free shipping

Gift Guru suggests presents to players, celebrities

Keep shopping: Get 20 percent off, free shipping

Online sales for this holiday shopping season are projected to hit $100 billion for the first time, and this Black Friday was set to soar beyond last year. That was already evident at the MLBShop.com, led by the rush for an unprecedented Cubs World Series Champions collection featuring at least 3,276 items and driven by a relaunched, more robust ecommerce site where everything is 20 percent off with free shipping.

As MLBShop.com's Black Friday sale has been extended through Saturday, many of us can avoid the mall crowds in favor of peaceful browsing and ordering. The MLB.com Gift Guru is back to help you find just the right gift, and here are some shoppers we have specifically in mind:

For Anthony Rizzo, who immediately stuffed the winning game ball into his back left pocket after catching Kris Bryant's throw, an Anthony Rizzo MLB World Series Champions Logo Baseball and Baseball Display Case. Then just substitute your ball for that one.

For LeBron James, now is a good time to order that Cavaliers & Indians Believeland Pullover Hoodie. It's only $51.99 after the sale, and it captures the spirit of that amazing scene in Cleveland for Game 1 of the World Series, the night you guys got your rings while the Fall Classic began right next door -- a pro sports first.

For Giancarlo Stanton, what we would most like to offer you is a spot in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby next July 10 in your home city. Lacking the authority to do that, the MLB.com Gift Guru suggests this Crystal Ball featuring dirt from the last All-Star Week in San Diego, where you slugged a record 61 long balls.

For Yankees fans, the Gary Sanchez  home jersey. After a steady procession of legend farewells in recent years, there is now a clear representation of the future on a rebuilt club. Sanchez, who turns 24 on Dec. 2, shattered MLB records in just 53 games as a rookie in 2016, finishing with 20 home runs, 42 RBIs, 34 runs, a .299/.376/.657 line, a 168 OPS+ ... and making a Brian McCann trade necessary. This pinstriped jersey is normally $119.99, so take 24 bucks off that.

For Ellen DeGeneres, a Dodgers Dooney & Burke Team Color Continental Clutch. Remember last Opening Day, when Ellen gave everyone in her audience a New Era cap in support of #CapsOn day? It's our turn to help, so she'll have her ID this time if she ever goes back to the White House.

For holiday revelers, no matter what holiday you celebrate, there is plenty of help in preparing for the season. We've got ugly sweaters, snowflake hats and plastic plates to start. We even have the right gift wrap for the days to come.

For Kyle Hendricks, whose minimalist style (fewer whiffs) made him one of the game's top pitchers in 2016, we have gorgeous minimalist art ready to frame. For all fans, that's just a start of the great sports art available. You can also find Legendary Sports Prints and Victory Fine Art.

For Will Ferrell, some of the best elf characters we have ever seen. They're ornaments, and just look at them. Doesn't it seem like Clayton Kershaw is going to blow away every other ornament on a tree? There's Mike Trout , who might be best-suited for the very top of the tree, as both the biggest star and an Angel. Are Bryce Harper 's eyes really that blue? And is Miguel Cabrera the happiest elf in history?

For Braves fans, you already have Bartolo Colon, so what more could we possibly suggest? Maybe some Turner Field Final Game Field Dirt as you look ahead to the inaugural season of SunTrust Park.

For Claire Foy's Queen Elizabeth character in the hit Netflix period drama "The Crown," please try on a Royals New Era Low Crown Classic Wool 59FIFTY Fitted Hat. The baseball cap is another traditional piece of headgear that has stood up for centuries, and there are tens of thousands of styles in the Shop.

For David Ortiz, we know Opening Day won't be the same in 2017, so here's the game-used base you signed at your final Fenway Park opener last April 11.

For Alyssa Milano, this is not so much a suggestion as a thanks. This marks the 10th holiday shopping season in which MLBShop.com has included your line of Touch apparel, which changed the game for women's fashion in baseball and subsequently in other sports.

For Bill Murray, we couldn't find Daffy Duck anywhere around the Shop but we did find this plush duck. But then again, you already got what you want the most, and you even contributed to the Cubs' A Win for the Ages book, now available for just $32 after the sale.

For those of us who will wait too long to finish our shopping lists, Online Gift Certificates will be the saving grace once again. They can be emailed instantly, and there are also physical MLB.com Gift Cards for those who think of it in time.

Mark Newman is enterprise editor of MLB.com and a baseball writer since 1990, as well as the MLB.com Gift Guru for the last 15 holiday shopping seasons. Read and join other baseball fans on his MLB.com community blog. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.