Position

Finding the right glove for is going to heavily rely on the position of the player. The design of gloves is going to vary significantly based on the position so that the glove can perform the way that the player needs it to in that particular position. Below is a quick look at how the design of gloves will differ from position to position. 

Webbings

There are two primary ways that gloves will be webbed: open or closed. The type of webbing can contribute to how much support the glove provides, but can also be used as a tactical detail. Many pitchers will opt for a closed webbing to help hide the position of the ball from players that are coming up to bat. 

Pocket

One of the most noticeable ways that gloves will vary from position to position will be in the depth of the pocket. Depending on how the player is handling the ball, the pocket will need to be more shallow or deep. Outfield players, for example, are going to have a much deeper pocket than say a middle infielder. 

Backs

Gloves can have open and closed backs, which will alter the amount of flexibility and support that the glove provides. The back of the glove is a preference that will vary from player to player depending on what works best for them while they play. 

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