New for 2019! Rawlings has just released the Rawlings R9 Series of baseball and softball gloves. We have started to receive a number of inquiries as to what these gloves are really all about. So we thought, why not just breakdown the entire R9 series in one blog post? Here it is, the official JustBallGloves Rawlings R9 glove breakdown.
The months of March and April are a very exciting time for baseball glove enthusiasts everywhere. For JustBallGloves, these are the months we get our first look at the 2019 Opening Day Collection from Rawlings.
We know that time is near the moment we see the Rawlings traveling van in our parking lot. The best part: bags-on-bags of fresh new leather. The hardest part: picking the gloves we want to put online because usually, we want them all.
Nothing is more special to a player than their glove. Bats tend to come and go from season-to-season. That’s not the case with your glove though. A special bond is created after the hours it can take to properly break-in your new, and hopefully, fragrant glove. The team here at JustBallGloves.com has received feedback directly from players and coaches to comprise the following list of most popular infield gloves for the 2019 season. Any on the list catch your eye?
Keep in mind, every player has a personal preference when it comes to the glove they choose to to use out on the diamond. These infield gloves are in no particular order and include various sizes generally used around the infield
Since the beginning, Wilson has been making top quality baseball and softball gloves for little leaguers to professionals. The leather that they use is handcrafted by some of the best glove technicians in the industry. This is why Wilson is the glove of choice by many professionals players including Jose Altuve, Miguel Cabrera and Evan Longoria. Today, JustBallGloves.com will dive in all of the background, construction and the features of one of their most exclusive gloves on the market, the A2K.
Baseball gloves are rich in history, ranging back well over a hundred years. Doug Allison (1870) of the Cincinnati Red Stockings is thought to be the first player to utilize a glove when playing because he had an injured left hand. Now how his hand got injured is still up for debate, but there’s a good chance it was because he was playing catcher… without a glove.
We won’t be ranging back into history with this article though. Instead, we will be doing quite the opposite. JustBallGloves.com takes a look at the latest and greatest in the 10 best 2018 baseball glove series.
As most ballplayers know, your baseball glove is a cherished part of your game. The right glove makes a difference. JustBallGloves.com looks at six (6) popular players and the what gloves they use.
On the baseball diamond, Wilson gloves are true American icons.
Since the company started crafting baseball gloves in 1913 out of Chicago, Wilson has grown through the popular A2000 series, notable players using the gloves (ex. Clayton Kershaw), and continued innovation.
For 2018, Wilson Sporting Goods has released gloves that fit the traditional mold with their patent innovation spliced in. Based on customer and player feedback, JustBallGloves.com reviews the six (6) best 2018 Wilson baseball gloves.
Used as an adjective, the word best is literally "of the most excellent, effective, or desirable type or quality."
This is important because the BEST Wilson baseball glove is subjective. The glove that could be the most beneficial for you, might not be for another player. That all said, JustBallGloves.com collects all customer reviews and feedback, which often leads to a general consensus. So, while it's not definitive, based on player reviews, here is the best Wilson baseball glove.