Baseball Gear Guides
Making sure you have the essential equipment is a pretty important part of playing any sport. It helps prevent or minimize injury while making sure you have the tools to perform.
Heavy cleats can slow you down when you’re running the bases, but that’s not their only drawback. They can also limit your stopping speed and be uncomfortable to wear for extended periods of time. Looking for the best, lightest baseball cleats to elevate your game?
With so many baseball bat brands, types and styles on the market, it can be overwhelming to try and find the best baseball bat for 7 year old ballplayers.
For ballplayers looking for a classic or professional baseball experience, nothing beats the sound and feel of using the best wood baseball bats on the market. There are a lot of wood bats to choose from, so we've put together an informative guide to help you choose from some of the best wood bats for your baseball experience.
Looking for the best softball cleats for your game? We know you have an endless choice of brands and models to choose from, and while choices are generally a good thing, they can also make things a little overwhelming.
A catcher's equipment needs are much more personalized than any other position on the field, and this is especially true when it comes to catcher's mitts. Catcher's mitts come in a variety of styles, so it's important to make sure that you find the right one for your comfort and a style of play. Here, we’re breaking down a list of the top seven mitts to review before you buy.
When it comes to the best baseball helmets, you have plenty of brands and styles to choose from. So how do you know what to get? In order to help you find the best helmet for your game, we'll break down our favorites to help you decide.
There are several different types of cleats out there, so it's important to make sure you understand which are the best baseball shoes for you. Different leagues have different rules depending on age and level of skill. Before you purchase a new pair of cleats, make sure you've chosen the appropriate pair.
There are tons of baseball and softball bags on the market, but not all bags are created equal. The ideal bag for individual ballplayers can vary, depending on style preferences, space-needs and other key factors. Read on if you're looking for the best baseball bat bags and best softball bags for transporting your equipment to and from the diamond.
Look no further to figure out what size gear you need to play baseball or softball! Whether it's a bat, glove or helmet, we have the sizing guide for you.
The Easton Jen Schro The Fundamental Fastpitch Softball Catcher’s Kit is revolutionary new gear made specifically to inspire and protect fastpitch catchers. Every fastpitch catcher knows her job is the toughest on the field and that’s exactly why she loves it.
The hottest bat in the game that is approved for ALL fields just got hotter with the Easton Ghost Advanced fastpitch bat. This bat features a second-generation Double Barrel 2 design which combines a lighter inner barrel with a stronger outer barrel to deliver the lowest compression in the game for maximum barrel flex and performance.
Effective as of January 1, 2020, chest protectors used in high school and college baseball must be NOCSAE certified.
Primarily a lacrosse company, StringKing is breaking into the baseball market in a big way. They are doing so with two new bats, the “Metal Pro” and the “Metal”, available in both BBCOR and USA models. We will highlight these two bats below and will provide you with some information on each one.
New for 2020, the Rawlings Velo ACP BBCOR bat was specifically designed and constructed to provide hitters with an extremely balanced feel. Rawlings’ re-imagined carbon fiber end cap, and perfectly balanced bat weight allows for a light swing weight to help increase bat speed at the plate.
The LXT X20 Fastpitch bat from Louisville Slugger remains true to the bat’s reputation as a hot-out-of-the-wrapper stick that blends swing speed and balance perfectly. This bat is available in (-8), (-9), (-10), (-11) and (-12).