2017 Spalding Catcher's 27" Training Mitt: 42010CT (2)

2017 Spalding Catcher's 27
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  • Overall Rating
by Jordan Comadena

Pros: A great tool for any catcher to have. Perfect for receiving and throwing transfer drills... also substantial enough to catch live flat ground work or bullpens.


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by Mark Viramontes - U of San Diego

Pros: I have used training gloves from four different companies. The Spalding model is by far the best of them all. They don't skimp on the quality of the leather, and can absolutely be used in a game situation. We are getting ready for our third fall practice season with this model and it still performs like the day it arrived.


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  • Promotes Proper Fielding Mechanics
  • 27.00 Inch Pattern
  • Colorway: Black / White
  • Conventional Open Back
  • Develops Overall Fielding Skills
  • Improves Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Premium Full Grain Leather
  • Professional Player Tested & MLB Approved
  • Single Post Closed Web
  • Training Mitt
  • Wool Wrist Pad For Extreme Comfort

Spalding was founded in 1876 by Boston Red Stockings pitcher A.G. Spalding. Spalding has been a leader in innovation and quality in sporting goods ever since. Spalding has been credited with developing the very first official baseball, basketball, golf ball, and football. A.G. Spalding was a very prominent and influential figure in baseball back in the early days of the game. He played for the Boston Red Stockings, and in 1876 he left to play for the Chicago White Stockings, which would later become known as the Chicago Cubs. Spalding helped the White Stocking win the 1876 Inaugural …

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Is this glove the right size for my 13 year old son? He is about 4'10 and about 110 lbs and growing quickly. Is it too small for him/will he outgrow it quickly? Asked by Dawn

This glove is a training glove intended for use in practice to help develop hand-eye coordination and other skills. It is small at only a 27" pattern, so is not recommended for game use, but the finger stalls and wrist opening are large enough for adult sized hands. Kyle J. Expert

New from Spalding for the year 2017! The Spalding Catcher's Training Mitt is a prime example of Spalding's rich history in the sport of baseball and all that they are trying to accomplish. They are determined and driven to help create and foster some of the top baseball players across the nation with their exemplary products. Practice makes perfect and the Spalding fielder's training glove will help make your practice perfect. Constructed of premium full grain leather, this design is built to last and exhibits excellent durability. Withstanding the test of time is no issue with this model and it will be with you through each and every practice all season long. Top MLB teams, such as the Chicago Cubs, use the Spalding first base training glove and their guys' rave about the comfortability and benefits of using one. It not only helps improve hand-eye coordination because of the smaller size but it promotes proper fielding mechanics and develops overall fielding skills. This glove forces a player to use two hands while fielding ground balls, establishes soft hands, and allows for a quick ball transfer. Spalding: True To The Game!

This 2017 Spalding Catcher's Training Mitt: 42010CT features a 27.00 inch pattern, a single post closed web, and is a must have for any practice field. Purchase your Spalding training glove today with free shipping and a 100 Day Money-Back Guarantee right here at JustBallGloves.com. We're here for you from Click to Catch!

2017 Spalding Catcher's 27
2017 Spalding Catcher's 27
2017 Spalding Catcher's 27
2017 Spalding Catcher's 27
2017 Spalding Catcher's 27
2017 Spalding Catcher's 27

Return policy. Just as described, the glove was for my son and was just as he picked out from the pics on the website. A+

Timothy, Dublin, VA