6 Best 2018 Rawlings Baseball Gloves

Posted by JustBallGloves.com on May 24, 2018 2:18:13 PM

For a company that originated in 1887, Rawlings continues to innovate high-performing equipment, including baseball gloves.

The company's 2018 glove models are a mix of traditional, colorful, and cutting-edge. Based on customer and player feedback, JustBallGloves.com reviews the six (6) best 2018 Rawlings baseball gloves. 

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Topics: Vendors / Brands, Baseball Gloves

What Are The Best Baseball Glove Brands?

Posted by JustBallGloves.com on Apr 12, 2018 10:38:27 AM

What's in a name?

Apparently, a lot. According to WhatProsWear.com research, a majority of pro players use Rawlings or Wilson gloves on the field. Brand awareness, historical presence, and craftsmanship all play a part in what glove manufacturers pro players to Little Leaguers use. Based on customer and player feedback, JustBallGloves.com reviews the eight (8) best baseball glove brands right now.

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A2K vs A2000 Gloves | What's The Difference?

Posted by JustBallGloves.com on Feb 22, 2018 10:19:24 PM

Iconic.

Ever since 1913, when Chicago-based Ashland Manufacturing started making baseball gloves, Wilson has been a part of the American fabric. They are a true American icon in the world of baseball. With players such as Clayton Kershaw, Miguel Cabrera, and Jose Altuve (to name a few) donning Wilson gloves, the company continues to cement their iconic status.

Two of their best-known glove models -- A2K and A2000 -- continue to be well-known. JustBallGloves.com reviews the differences between Wilson's most popular glove models.

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New 2018 Under Armour Baseball Gloves

Posted by JustBallGloves.com on Jan 11, 2018 10:20:42 AM

Sports will change the world.

Under Armour is turning their new slogan into a commitment rather than hyperbole. While the baseball world has seen Under Armour's advances in accessories, such as Aaron Judge's cleats or Cody Bellinger's batting gloves, the movement into glove and mitts wasn't as clear. But, as JustBallGloves.com details in this article, Under Armour is back in 2018 with new baseball gloves worth checking out.

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Topics: Vendors / Brands, Industry News, Baseball Gloves