Wilson Baseball Gloves
A staple in baseball for many of the last few years, Wilson has grown to be one of the leading baseball equipment manufacturers around! Ever since they introduced the Wilson A2000 baseball glove in the late 50’s, Wilson has been putting out time and time again game changing and bar setting baseball equipment, with their baseball gloves being notable at the forefront. Reliable, long-lasting, and made to perform, Wilson baseball gloves are ones you definitely need to try.
Why choose Wilson baseball gloves?
Ever since Wilson introduced the A2000 gloves in 1957, the bar has been set for the future of all baseball gloves. Very quickly becoming an industry staple with release after release of game changing and bar setting equipment, Wilson was selected in 1991 to be the official baseball glove of the Major League of Baseball. Ever since, they have held fast at the top of the baseball glove food chain for both amateur and professional baseball players and baseball leagues around the world.
Made with real materials and by real experts, Wilson offers baseball gloves that have set the industry bar. Take it from years of experience, there are almost none better than Wilson Baseball Gloves.
How do I measure my baseball glove size?
To measure your baseball glove size, please consider that hand size, age, and field positions all come partly into play. Make sure you are buying the baseball glove that is right for your physical size and role on the baseball field. Please note the following information below, and the accompanying chart to see which size of baseball glove may be the right fit for you.
- Infield Gloves: If you’re playing an infield position, you’ll need a smaller glove with a shallow pocket due to the quick ball transfers an infielder may need to make.
- Outfield Gloves: For an outfield position, you will want a larger glove with a deep pocket for more control during a catch.
- First Base Mitts: The first base mitt is constructed as a hybrid between a catcher’s mitt and an infield glove. This is because first basemen spend much of their time catching throws or fielding ground balls.
- Pitchers Gloves: When you’re a pitcher, you’ll use a glove nearly the same size as an infielder, but you’ll want a closed web pattern since pitchers can hide their grip to prevent the batter from seeing which pitch is signalled their way.
Catchers Mitts: With a catcher’s mitt, you just need to find the best feel for your hand.