Best Outfield Baseball Gloves for 2016

With so much room to protect at their position, outfielders have arguably the toughest and most active defensive positions on the diamond.

Routinely they must move in to back up the infielders, move way out to defend against the long ball, throw base runners out from impossible distances, dive for line drives into the gap, slide for a weak pop fly in the shallow outfield and then leap at the wall to save a would-be homerun.