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Rawlings Gear makes it possible for everyone to own their own personalized Rawlings baseball or softball glove.

There are four ways for you to customize your glove:

Rawlings Custom Glove Pro Shop
Build your own glove with Rawlings Custom Glove Pro Shop. Start with a blank Pro Preferred™ or Heart of the Hide® glove and walk through the easy steps on our Website to create your perfect glove. ...
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Throwing, catching and hitting baseballs may be second nature for you, but at Rawlings, manufacturing baseballs is our top priority.

Rawlings is the official supplier of baseballs for the highest levels of play, from Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball to the NCAA College World Series, the NJCAA championships and the NAIA championships. Countless high schools and youth leagues also use Rawlings...
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Offense may win games, but it's defense that wins the Rawlings Gold Glove Award.

Rawlings has partnered with Ripken Baseball to produce a line of fielding tools for its 5-Tool Training Program that will develop hand-eye coordination, reflexes and soft hands.

Every 5-Tool Training product includes drills and instructions to help you improve your baseball performance. Popular fielding tools include:

• The 5-Tool Quik Hands Glove, a foam trainer that is contoured...
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Choosing the right wood baseball bat can be overwhelming, and Rawlings Gear is here to help you make an informed purchase.

Rawlings manufactures more than 30 different wood bat models.

Ash and maple are the most common woods used in bats, but hickory and bamboo are also used. Hickory, however, is much heavier than other woods.

Rawlings' lines of wood bats include:

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Rawlings Gear is here to help you choose the right Rawlings glove for your needs.

Just remember three important components: fit, feel and style.

Your glove should slide on and off your hand easily, without being loose. Look for a close, snug fit that’s comfortable but not tight.

The more you play, the more you’ll determine what feels best to you. As a general rule, your glove should be stiff enough to give strength...
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Rawlings designs its equipment with protection in mind.

Rawlings' baseball and softball batting helmets, face guards, catcher's helmets and catcher's face masks meet or exceed safety standards set by the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE).

All certified equipment bears the NOCSAE seal. On batting helmets, this appears on the outside rear portion of the shell.

According to, these standards are voluntary and have...
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