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Baseball Equipment - Gloves

Does watching the MLB Playoffs make you feel like playing some catch? We picked a few All Star gloves for you future pros!

Baseball Gloves - Franklin Ready to Play Field Master Glove

Franklin Ready to Play Field Master Glove With the Franklin Ready to Play Field Master Glove, you can start playing catch the minute you take it home from the store. You won't need to spend weeks trying to break-in this glove. Another added bonus for this Franklin glove is the moisture control feature. The glove's design promotes good air flow so that you won't have sweaty and smelly fingers rubbing against the leather. The Franklin Ready to Play Field Master Glove also comes in four different dynamic colors like this neon orange. Retail - $16 US.

Baseball Gloves - Mizunu Classic Select GCY1175 Glove

Mizuno Classic GCY1175 Glove If you're looking for a professional-quality glove, look no further than the Mizuno Classic Select GCY1175 Glove. It features the same infield/pitcher pattern as the glove worn by MLB superstar Tom Glavine. This glove is made from Japanese tanned Deguchi leather. The soft leather makes the glove more flexible than other gloves. The glove is also very durable - so bet on owning this glove for a long time. The down side is that this glove doesn't come cheap. Retail - $60 US.

Baseball Gloves - Wilson A450 Glove

Wilson A450 Glove The Wilson A450 Glove is everything you want out of a beginner's baseball glove. It has a leather outer shell for durability and has a game-ready feel. This glove is also very versatile - you can use it for nearly every position on the diamond. This Wilson glove is available for both right and left handers. Retail - $20 US.

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