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It’s that time of the year again…time to start getting ready for baseball! Time to start conditioning for speed and strength again. Time to start hitting, catching and throwing. It’s time to clean up your spikes or get new ones. Time to clean off your bats. Maybe you need some more clothes for practice…clothes for hot and cold.
It’s also time to begin preparing for tryouts, especially you High School players and college prospects. One thing that players seem to forget or overlook is taking care of their gloves at this time of year. Now is when you should clean up your glove and condition it. You should tighten up the laces and fix the broken ones.
Fixing up your glove right now is very important. You don’t want your glove to break during practice. The worst thing that can happen…and it does…is that your glove breaks when you’re fielding a ground ball or line drive during tryouts. Sure, you can always blame the glove when you missed the ball, but don’t you hear that enough? If you do…so do the coaches.
So don’t risk messing up during your 2012 tryouts or during the season...fix your glove before tryouts and before the season even begins. This makes playing with the glove safer, makes you perform better and look better in the field and most importantly, it keeps you from looking bad in front of coaches and other players during tryouts.
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