How To Break In a New Baseball Glove (pg. 2)
Keeping Your Glove Looking NewAfter you've tied up your glove for a couple of days, untie the glove, take out the ball, then rub in a little glove oil. Rawlings makes an oil called Glovolium but there are several others out there too, which you can find at most sports stores. Once again, just use a little - it's just a coating, not a drenching. Give your glove another day to dry, and you'll be able to snag those grounders just like A-Rod or make those circus catches like Ichiro.
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