Some consider them only another piece of equipment.: They don't understand that baseball gloves, like the game, are eternal.
posted by Ying Yang Mafia to baseball at 08:54 PM - 8 comments
A six-and-a-half-year-old article? Really?
posted by mr_crash_davis at 11:28 PM on October 31
Already suffering from baseball withdrawal? :-)
posted by owlhouse at 04:41 AM on November 01
Nice link! (Odd that it's a little older than your average FPP link. But still nice.) Makes me miss my late-70s vintage Wilson Richie Zisk glove . . .
posted by Uncle Toby at 01:30 PM on November 01
Davis, Is newer necessarily better?
posted by brainofdtrain at 04:09 PM on November 01
Just out of curiosity, how many baseball gloves do the rest of you have around your dwelling right now? I count 7 here. 1 each for my wife and I, 1 each for my two youngest, and 2 for my oldest still at home, and one more for a daughter that has since gotten her own home. BTW, the glove wasn't the only thing left behind. Sweetie, come get the rest of your stuff.
posted by THX-1138 at 05:40 PM on November 01
Great question. I own three (outfielders, infielders, and catchers) and my father and brother each own one. There are also several that are old and not in use anymore but I can't give an accurate count on those.
posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 06:02 PM on November 01
I got 9 here...
posted by Jzsteinm at 06:50 AM on November 02
There are 3 in my family. I have an outfielder's glove, and my wife and son each have an infielder's model. Of course, I used to borrow my wife's glove from time-to-time.
posted by Howard_T at 04:14 PM on November 02
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