At Sports Unlimited, we're committed to giving every kid a great start in their favorite sport. And for most kids, that sport is baseball! That's why we stock all of the highest quality, top-performing youth baseball lines in the game today, from time-tested brands like Wilson, Rawlings, Mizuno, Nike, Franklin, Easton, and more. Whether you're the MVP of your Little League team, or a youngin' just playing catch with Dad in the backyard, we have the glove for you.
Looking for a great glove to teach them the game and get them practicing the basics? Check out our selection of affordable and high quality girls and boys baseball gloves from Franklin Sports. They're easy to close, durable, and sized right for small hands.
Need something a little more serious, for that committed Little Leaguer? Make sure to take a look at our collection of Wilson and Rawlings youth baseball gloves. Lines like the Wilson A450 and Youth A2000, or the Rawlings Youth Gold Glove series are perfect for the dedicated, developing player.
Not sure which glove is right for you? Check out our handy Baseball Glove Buyers Guide for everything you'd ever need to know about selecting a baseball glove!
By Jessica from Flagstaff Arizona on April 3, 2014
My question is, my daughter is 7, and this is the first time we are playing teeball, well I got her a glove, and she said it was the wrong one, because she needs a right handed glove. Well I'm confused because I can't seem to find one that just says plain old right or left hand. So could you please let me know, she is right handed, does she need a left handed thrower, or a right handed thrower glove?
By Customer Service on April 4, 2014
Answer:If she is right handed (writes with her right hand) she needs a "Right Hand Throw" glove, which means the glove will go on her left hand.
By Steve from Shrewsbury, MA on March 17, 2015
What size gloves do you recommend for a 5 1/2 year old boy and a 7 1/2 year old boy? Both are first time players.
By Customer Service on March 17, 2015
Answer:As first time players, they would both probably be fine with a 9" glove. Depending on the size of your older child, he may need a 10" glove if he is taller than average.