Built For The Pros, Perfect For You

Built For The Pros, Perfect For You


Player Edition Gloves

Looking for a new fielding glove or mitt? Why not check out the massive selection of player edition gloves that Eastbay has to offer? Let’s run through some of this year’s top options:


Wilson A2000 YP66 Fielder’s Glove: Yasiel Puig (OF)

LA’s Yasiel Puig is one of baseball’s most exciting outfielders. Time and time again, he makes incredible diving catches to rob hitters of extra bases. To help him makes those web gems, Yasiel wears the Wilson A2000 YP66 glove. It is made from Pro Stock Leather to give him the elite break-in and durability he needs.


Wilson A2000 MC24 First Base Mitt: Miguel Cabrera (1B)

From a larger size to help scoop up low throws to extra padding for repeated use, it takes more than a glove to be a first baseman. You need a mitt. So what one does future Hall-of-Famer Miguel Cabrera use? He wears the A2000 MC24 First Base Mitt. It features Super Skin material, which is twice as strong as cowhide leather and only half the weight. If it works great for ‘Miggy,’ it’ll work great for you.


Wilson A2000 CK22 Fielder’s Glove: Clayton Kershaw (P)

A glove built for a pitcher needs a closed web to help conceal your pitches and a durable design to handle those screaming line drives. That’s why three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw wears the A2000 CK22 glove. A dual-welted, pre-curved finger design retains the glove’s shape and Dri-Lex material lines the wrist to keep your hands dry.


Rawlings Heart of the Hide Catcher’s Mitt: Salvador Perez (C)

Three consecutive Gold Glove awards. A 2015 World Series MVP. No catcher has been better behind the plate the last few years than KC’s Salvador Perez, and the Rawlings Heart of the Hide Catcher’s Mitt is his secret weapon. With USA-tanned leather to withstand 95 mph fastballs, he can count on it to last and stay comfortable even if the game goes to extra innings.


Rawlings Heart of the Hide Fielder’s Glove: Adrian Beltre (3B)

Few players have had as productive of a career both offensively and defensively as third baseman Adrian Beltre. When he lines up at the hot corner there is only one glove he trusts: The Rawlings Heart of the Hide. Lined with deer-tanned cowhide, it gives him the long-lasting performance and comfort he needs. So should you gear up like him? Well, he does have four Gold Glove awards, so yes. Yes, you should.


Mizuno Global Elite VOP Fielder’s Glove: Ian Desmond (SS)

As a shortstop or second baseman, you can turn the tides in your favor by turning a double play or end your team’s hopes with an errant throw. Your glove needs to fit great, last a long time, and provide zero distractions. That’s why shortstops like Ian Desmond use gloves like the Mizuno Global Elite VOP. A rugged polyurethane patch protects the glove from normal wear and tear and an antimicrobial cushioned wrist pad keeps Ian comfortable.


Nike Vapor 360 Flywire Fielder’s Glove: Carlos Gonzalez (OF)

If you are looking for an outfield glove with a flashy look and innovative design, look no further than the Nike Vapor 360 Flywire. Worn by Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez, a three-time Gold Glove winner, this glove backs up its bold style with lots of cutting edge technology. Flywire technology is featured in the FlyTune lacing system for a personalized shape while the Hyperfuse construction fuses together layers of synthetic materials to make the glove incredibly lightweight and responsive.

But here’s the crazy part: we haven’t even began to scratch the surface of our collection of gloves! No one has more game-day options than Eastbay. From Evan Longoria, to Brandon Crawford, there’s a good chance we have the style you’re looking for.

Eastbay Field Tested // Miguel Cabrera Covers February Issue of Eastbay

Eastbay Field Tested // Miguel Cabrera Covers February Issue of Eastbay

Eastbay Field Tester: Miguel Cabrera

words // Brandon Richard

Who’s the best player in Major League Baseball? With two-straight MVPs and three-straight batting titles, it’s hard to argue against Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera. Miggy is piecing together a Hall of Fame resume in D-Town, where he’s doing everything it takes to bring the Commissioner’s Trophy back to the city.

Individually, his biggest achievement came in 2012, when he became the first batter to win the Triple Crown (most home runs, most RBIs, highest batting average) since since Carl Yastrzemski in 1967. Behind Cabrera’s big bat, the Tigers won the AL pennant.

Heading into his 12th season, Cabrera is preparing to win in New Balance baseball gear. With spring training around the corner, we’ve teamed up with the reigning MVP and New Balance for the cover of the latest issue of the Eastbay catalog. Inside, all of the latest baseball shoes and clothing you need before returning to the diamond, like the New Balance 4040v2 Metal Mid. The cleat, decked out in camouflage print, inherits a RevLite midsole that comes from New Balance’s top-of-the-line running technology.

New Balance 4040v2 Metal Mid

Additionally, Cabrera recently sat down with Eric Thomas for a 1-on-1 interview, in which the two covered a range of topics including hitting tips, confidence at the plate, giving back to the community, handling failure and the three things Cabrera couldn’t live without. You can view each of those video clips below.

And a look at the February cover athlete, two-time MVP Miguel Cabrera. The issue will start hitting mailboxes Monday. You can request your FREE catalog here.

Miguel Cabrera Covers February Issue of Eastbay