Nike Has Created A Baseball Glove You Don’t Have To Break-In

"If you’re looking to make a run at taking over shortstop duties for the Yankees next year, you’re going to need to start breaking-in a glove now. Even if pinstripes aren’t in your future, the new Nike Vapor 360 should be. The glove was designed with a perforated leather palm and other features that make it game-ready right off the shelf. No more crazy methods that require MacGyver-like skills to get it just right, you’ll be on the diamond right after picking one up. Look for it this holiday season."

via Cool Material

(I like the glove, I hate the color…)

oldtimefamilybaseball
oldtimefamilybaseball:

This is the Clown Ball Team, time unknown, place unknown. 
And why is there so little known about the team, you ask? That’s they live in the edges of consciousness, they exist only in that dark place in your brain, that place where fear and terror live. They are the team of your nightmares, the ones that interrupt your dreams of hitting home runs and sliding into second, showing up and demand that you play them in a winner-take-all championship. 
Word is, should you lose to this team of clown-faced clouters, you’ll never wake up, that you’ll be drafted to this team of horrors and will be starting at second base. 
But that’s ridiculous, that’s just an urban legend…right? 
(h/t Baseball Freaks) 

oldtimefamilybaseball:

This is the Clown Ball Team, time unknown, place unknown. 

And why is there so little known about the team, you ask? That’s they live in the edges of consciousness, they exist only in that dark place in your brain, that place where fear and terror live. They are the team of your nightmares, the ones that interrupt your dreams of hitting home runs and sliding into second, showing up and demand that you play them in a winner-take-all championship. 

Word is, should you lose to this team of clown-faced clouters, you’ll never wake up, that you’ll be drafted to this team of horrors and will be starting at second base. 

But that’s ridiculous, that’s just an urban legend…right? 

(h/t Baseball Freaks)