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Spalding

Website:
www.spalding.com

Contact Spalding:
Spalding Sports
150 Brookdale Dr.
Springfield, MA 01104
Contact Spalding

Spalding Products:
All Spalding gloves

Returns and Exchange Information:
1-800-558-5234
Spalding Returns and Exchange

Warranty Information:
Phone: 1-800-558-5234
Spalding Warranty Details

History and Background of Spalding:
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 National League Title. After the start of the following season, Spalding retired from his playing days to become a full-time businessman and team president for the White Stockings.

With an $800 loan from his mother, Al Spalding opened up his own sporting goods company, which got its start by selling baseballs. Spalding's baseballs became The Official Baseball of the National League, which gave him great advertising and exposure and people started to know Spalding Sporting Goods as quality products. As his company expanded, Spalding started expanding into numerous outdoor activities and began developing golf clubs, tennis rackets, basketballs, and any other equipment needed for popular athletics at the time. Spalding sporting goods are now official products for many professional sports leagues and college conferences and amateur leagues.

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