Wilson A2000 Catcher's Mitt + TANK Giveaway! by Xan Barksdale. Hosted by KingSumo Giveaways.
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I'm in agreement with Orange Socks. Go in on a good catcher mitt. I use a Vinci catcher mitt and once I finally got it broke in, I fell in love with it. You can't go wrong with a good mitt. Of course, I still use a Palmgard because catching 60+ mph fastballs makes my hand sting.
I think I memorized Bob Bennetts video on Catcher coaching. I relace a lot of gloves. And catchers mitts are certainly fun and challenging. Before I relace a glove or at the end of a season, I like to clean it. Especially those gloves that have had the factory oil treatment in the pocket (like the Wilson A2000 or A1000 models).
Sep 04, 2019 · BREAK-IN TIME. Now that you’ve found the catcher’s mitt that’s right for you, it’s vital to shape the palm and webbing into a proper pocket before use. The biggest determiner of break-in time is — you guessed it — leather choice. Softer leathers wear out more easily, but they also break-in sooner.
**Catchers and 1st basemen mitts work best for billfold wallets, if you want to use a fielders glove please contact us before purchasing to discuss the size of Turn around time is currently 6-8 weeks. There may be a short break-in period for the pockets to form to your cards so expect a tight initial fit.
The Wilson A2000 SuperSkin Series: A20RB15M1SS Catcher's Mitt and the 2016 Rawlings Heart of the Hide Series Yadier Molina Game Day Glove: PROCM41JBM Catcher's Mitt are both great catcher's mitts to consider for a high school catcher. The A2000 will be a 33.50 inch pattern while the Rawlings is a 34.00 inch pattern.
An infielder glove is smaller than the outfielder glove, and baseman gloves and catcher's mitts are a little bit different. Make sure the glove is the proper fit, because if it's not it can hinder a player's performance. Baseball gloves come in all sizes to suit the age and size of your player.