An NCAA rule regarding pitcher’s gloves has prompted Rawlings to remove the white lacing and lettering from these gloves.
According to the 2009-2010 NCAA baseball rules, the pitcher’s glove
cannot not be white or gray or contain white or gray lettering.
Rawlings always strives to make gloves that are eligible for all associations and institutions.
The best way to ensure your Rawlings glove is legal for your league is to review the rulebook of the governing body for your league.
The NCAA puts forth these rules about the dimensions of baseball gloves:
The first baseman’s glove
should be no more than 12 inches long, measured from the bottom edge or heel up across the palm, and 8 inches wide, measured from the center of the base section between the thumb and index finger to the outside edge of the little finger. The webbing should not form a net type of trap.
All players except for the first baseman and catcher must use a fielder’s glove no more than 12 inches long and 8 inches wide, measured from the inside seam of the index finger to the outside edge of the little finger.
There are no height or width restrictions on catcher’s mitts
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