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Rawlings 2021 Glove Reviews

No two gloves are the same. Pitchers, infielders, and outfielders all have their models to choose from. Catchers and first baseman have specific mitts tailored to fit their fielding needs. It can be overwhelming if you don't know what you're looking for. That's why JustGloves is here to break down the latest releases from Rawlings. We'll help you shop for a baseball glove or softball glove and learn the pros and cons of each model. 

Are you looking for a new baseball glove? All of the 2021 models are now available at JustGloves.

Rawlings 2021 Glove Review

When it comes to shopping for baseball gloves, it's always smart to start with Rawlings. Dependably made for over a century, Rawlings gloves are the gold standard for how a baseball glove should be built. Rawlings has recently released their latest lineup of 2021 gloves, and we break down what you need to know.

Rawlings R9 Series

Leather: Leather Shell

Break-In: Minimal

Price Range: Under $100


What to Love

It's easy to fall in love with a new Rawlings R9. First of all, you can't help but love the price point. For less than $100, you can secure yourself a very consistent glove that can last any player multiple seasons. Another element that makes the 2021 Rawlings R9's so appealing is the break-in period. Very little break-in will be required. A few games of catch, and you'll have no issue taking your new baseball glove out to your next game. 

The series as a whole is like a veteran utility player; incredibly versatile. You can find an R9 for any position. There are infield gloves, outfield gloves, catcher's mitts, and fastpitch gloves at JustGloves. Lastly, their leather shells provide both durability and comfort. The 2021 Rawlings R9 is the ultimate value glove.

How Important are Position-Specific Gloves?

When it comes to finding the right glove for you, it is essential to know your diamond's primary position. If you are an infielder and not playing first base, you'll need a smaller glove to provide for a quick transfer from glove to throwing hand. As an outfielder, it's helpful to have a larger glove to help secure the ball. Outfield gloves will often sport h-webs or modified trap webs. As for first base and catcher's mitts, it's crucial to have a specific mitt for these positions. Both a catcher's mitt and first base mitt provide paramount advantages when playing the game at a higher level.


Note: As more 2021 Rawlings lineups are released we will continue to update this blog.


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