Best First Base Gloves

Updated March 2019
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A first base glove is designed to help a first baseman field and scoop the ball from the infield dirt or grass. It usually features a shallow pocket and enables a first baseman to quickly transfer the ball from the glove to his or her hand. Both left- and right-handed first base gloves are available, and these gloves come in multiple sizes and colors. Each glove typically includes an open pocket design, so you should have no trouble using your glove to field grounders, line drives and pop-ups. Also, a glove may include padding the palm area. It won't take long to break in a first base glove, either.

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