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I think you’ll be impressed once you take a look at these themes. Here’s why…
If you’re planning on building a popular sports publication online, these themes have beautiful and responsive designs that can help, but they do much more than that too.
The premium baseball themes in this collection can also help you organize and manage sports clubs and leagues, promote tournaments, publish audio and video, and much more.
There’s a tremendous amount of potential for creating a really engaging website with these themes, so keep reading to check them out.
Make sure to visit our general sports WordPress themes collection for more great options.
Baseball WordPress themes
Only up-to-date and responsive themes are featured here. The baseball templates included also have amazing reviews from all of their customers.Here are my top picks for best baseball WordPress themes for 2019.
1. Splash by Stylemix Themes (Themeforest)
The Splash sports theme has a great modern style that would work well for any sports website. The design is sure to look great well into the future, and it’s adaptable enough to work for any sort of content you publish.
Splash integrates perfectly with the SportsPress WordPress plugin. It’s the best plugin available for managing sports clubs and leagues and has an overwhelming 250+ five-star reviews. There’s really no better solution out there and it pairs perfectly with Splash.
All of the customization settings are stored in the Live Customizer, so you can watch your updates take place live as you make them. Some of these settings include custom background images, colors, and fonts. Splash makes it easy to publish standard text-based blog posts as well as video and audio. It even has WooCommerce support in case you want to sell physical and digital products from your site.
2. Oxigeno Sport by Bold Themes (Themeforest)
Create an awesome website for your baseball league using Oxigeno Sport. This clean theme looks great on all devices, so visitors can keep up with the latest news in the club regardless of how they visit your site.
While Oxigeno Sport can be used for a blog or online magazine, it’s primarily designed for sports clubs. It would be a fantastic solution if need to create an online destination for your baseball league. You can add everything from the schedule and scores of previous matches to detailed reviews of each game.
If you’re planning on building a network or additional sports websites in the future, you’ll love how flexible this theme is. Make sure to check out the demos set up for other sports like hockey, soccer, and basketball. For a quick setup, try the one-click demo importer which immediately configures your site just like the live demo.
3. Team by Torbara (Themeforest)
Team is a bold and colorful theme for sports websites like baseball, soccer, and even eSports too. If you’re looking to make a big impression, consider this premium template.
The Team WordPress baseball theme lets you build entirely custom pages thanks to the Visual Composer plugin that comes bundled with it. This popular page building solution is extremely comprehensive and allows you to create page designs using dozens of customizable page sections. You reuse templates you design on as many pages as you want, and there are also some pre-designed pages included in Team.
Also, Team has some amazing and unique page sections made for Visual Composer. For instance, there’s a visual bird-eye chart for basketball courts and baseball diamonds including relevant stats. You’ll have to check it out to see exactly what I mean. If you’re interested, use the link below to learn more.
4. Sporty by Egemenerd (Themeforest)
If you’re looking for something simpler, consider the Sporty WordPress theme. Originally released in 2014, this theme has been actively developed maintained for the last four years by Egemenerd making it a very reliable choice for your site.
This theme doesn’t have sports league tools built in but could work well with a plugin like SportsPress. Instead, it’s designed mainly as a sports news site. You can publish frequent updates about your baseball league and keep everyone up-to-date with the latest games and developments. Or, if you aren’t covering a league, in particular, it could work great for a sports news site covering national or international baseball leagues.
For page building, Sporty integrates with the free SiteOrigin Page Builder plugin. It also has a number of custom widgets to assist in page building, custom color controls, and more customization settings in the admin panel.
5. Baseball by TemplateMonster
Another simple option for creating your website is the Baseball theme. It has a clean design which is easy for visitors to navigate, and it adapts fluidly for mobile device screens.
This theme is particularly well-suited for sports publications. The Baseball theme has support for custom post types which means instead of just plain text posts, you can also publish video, audio, image gallery, and quote posts just as easily. This can make publishing a lot more fun and give your site more variety for visitors to browse.
Baseball has some layout options but does not include a flexible page builder like the other themes listed here. However, there are dozens of shortcodes which allow you to add interesting and dynamic elements to posts and pages such as image galleries, sliders, call-to-action buttons, and more.
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