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As Major League Baseball heads to the All Star Break, the leagues best will be headed to Southern California. With just a handful of spots on this year’s All Star rosters still up in the air, the team’s will be looking forward to sending their representatives, as well as taking a much needed break from everyday action.

While the teams head towards the half way point of the season, we take a look at the baseball equipment that some of the players from around the league use. From Ichiro Suzuki’s player exclusive Asics cleats, to the Wilson A2000 glove that seems to be preferred by more than a handful of pitchers around the league.

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Ichiro SuzukiIchiro Suzuki wearing player exclusive Asics cleats and Mizuno Pro batting gloves.

Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers wearing Franklin Carbon Fibre II batting glovesJosh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers wearing Franklin Carbon Fibre II batting gloves.

John Ely of the Dodgers wearing the Wilson A2000.John Ely of the Dodgers wearing the Wilson A2000 glove.

Matt Garza of the Tampa Bay RaysMatt Garza wearing the Rawlings Heart of Hide Pro Mesh glove and Nike Air Huarache LWP90 cleat.

Clayton Richard of the San Diego PadresClayton Richard wearing the Wilson A2000 glove and Nike Zoom Coop V cleat.

Alfonso Soriano wearing Under ArmourAlfonso Soriano wearing Under Armour Heater II cleats.

David Wright of the Mets in the Nike Shox Fuse 2 cleat.David Wright of the Mets in the Nike Shox Fuse 2 cleat.

Xavier Nady of the Chicago CubsXavier Nady of the Chicago Cubs in the Nike Zoom Coop V and Nike Show Elite batting glove.

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