Being a Baseball player, you know that the one most important equipment essential when playing, is the eyes. If you do not want to get hit by a baseball coming at you at a high velocity because the sun is bothering your vision, you might want to grab a pair of baseball-specific glasses.
Ready to play softball? The right glove will help you improve your game and assist your team by helping you catch as many balls as you can. At the same time, it will elevate your confidence and protect your catching hand from discomfort. This buyer’s guide provides details on several of the gloves preferred by youth and recreational players as well as those who take their game more seriously.
U.S. Lacrosse (USL), the NCAA, and NFHS (the National Federation of State High School Associations) govern the sport of Lacrosse and certify the best Lacrosse sticks for play. This buyer’s guide provides details on several of the sticks preferred by these organizations.
It is up for debate who wore the first pair of batting gloves. In some reports, it was the New York Giants’ slugger, Bobby Thomson, who is responsible for the sport’s famous ‘Shot Heard Round The World’ to clinch the National League Pennant in 1951.
Other baseball people remember that Boston Red Sox’s Ted Williams was the first, after he wore a golf glove during batting practice.