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Rawlings Gear wants to help you get your glove “game ready” the fast and easy way—with a Rawlings Glove Break-In Kit.

The break-in kit is made for players at all levels of play and can help you break in, shape or restore any leather baseball or softball glove.

The Rawlings Glove Break-In Kit includes:

• A special Rawlings glove strap that stretches lightly around your...
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Watch your daughter's face light up every time she catches a ball with Rawlings' Lightning pink glove.

The Lightning glove has sensors that light up on ball impact, making it a fun way to teach catching the ball.

The 8-1/2” style works well for children ages 3-6, and the price is unbeatable.

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One of Rawlings Gear's best-selling items is the Coolflo batting helmet.

This Coolflo helmet features a high-impact ABS shell with a metallic finish.

The helmet is pre-drilled for face guards, and its dual ear flaps are NOCSAE approved.

It's made with moisture-wicking, anti-bacterial Pro-Dri Plus lining.

Look for model number CFBHM.

Coolflo helmets...
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Primo Glove Butter may be named after Rawlings' finest gloves, but it's perfect for conditioning any top-quality leather glove.

Rawlings Primo Glove Butter is made from 100 percent natural ingredients.

The blend begins with shea butter imported from Africa, known for its moisturizing properties. Harvested from the nuts of the karite tree, shea contains vitamins A and E to help...
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Take batting practice like the pros with Rawlings' 5-Tool MLB pitching machine baseballs.

5-Tool MLB pitching machine baseballs are the official training ball of Major League Baseball, and are designed specifically for use in pitching machines.

The balls feature a full-grain leather cover with a wound cork and rubber center.

Kevlar-stitched seams create the incredible...
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For many ballplayers, fielding practice is not a fun go. So why do coaches use a fungo bat?

There are a few possible ways the word “fungo” came to be used in baseball:

• Old English “fonge,” which meant to catch.
• German “fungen,” to catch.
• Scottish “fung,” to pitch, toss or fling.
• An old street baseball game in which the hitter would toss the ball and hit it, and on each hit yell "one goes, two goes..." and if someone caught it on a fly the hitter...
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