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It’s almost June, which means it’s about time for the long — and awesome — summer baseball season to pick up.
And if you’re like us, your batting gloves are already pretty smelly. A long spring season can do that to a pair of batting gloves, and a worn out pair of batting gloves isn’t an an effective pair of batting gloves.
So before you start summer leagues or travel ball, pick up a new pair of gloves like Nike’s Diamond Elite Pro Baseball Batting Gloves.
They’re available in the styles worn by Robinson Cano, Albert Pujols and Shane Victorino. All three styles have the same design, featuring seamless Spyder Tex Cabretta leather from Pittards on the palm, wrapping up and around the side of pinky finger.
There’s a stretch gusset over the thumb and pre-curved fingers to match the shape of your hand.
These baseball gloves usually retail for $49.99, but you can get a pair for $39.99 at Baseball Express.
Over the years here at Baseball Express, we’ve gotten a chance to watch things change in the baseball equipment biz.
Trends come and go, and every so often, new technologies completely alter the nature of the game. What’s hot one year might be a dud the next, so it’s a unique thing when a specific piece of baseball equipment can stay at the top of the game for longer than a year or two.
Rawlings’ 5150 -3 BBCOR Baseball Bat has been around for the better part of three years, and it has remained as one of the top bats on the market.
Why? The $199.99 price tag can’t hurt. The 5150 delivers performance that some bats priced twice as much can’t touch.
It starts with Rawlings’ revolutionary Sci-Fly Technology, which analyzes ball flight characteristics including launch angle, ball speed, distance and spin rate from the point of contact.
This technology has allowed Rawlings to examine every detail of their bats’ performance, making their products scientifically proven to perform at the highest level.
That led to an innovative barrel design on this baseball bat, engineered with proprietary metal forming techniques with aerospace-grade alloys to optimize balance and trampoline effect.
The Speed Cap end cap provides vibration reduction and gives this evenly balanced bat a smooth, clean feel at contact.
Of the 28 customers who came back to review the bat, 86% said they’d recommend it to a friend. And as the best endorsement we can think of, the 5150 was the official bat of the South Carolina Gamecocks as they won their second-consecutive College World Series title last year.
Get one for $199.99 at Baseball Express.
Nike Men’s Air Diamond Trainers have been around for years, and they’re consistently among our top sellers in footwear.
Try as they might, competitors just can’t beat the durability and quality of these versatile shoes. The Air Diamond trainers are great for wearing into the batting cage, using for outfield conditioning or wearing on turf fields.
You’ll always have a comfortable fit, thanks to the Air Diamond trainer’s lightweight synthetic leather construction. The training shoe also has a full-length Nike Phylon midsole with Air-Sole units in the heels.
The outside is an aggressive rubber that utilizes a nubby design preferred by our pro-level baseball players.
These shoes usually retail for $59.99, but you can get them at Baseball Express for $49.99.