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The Best Baseball Training Gloves

Several different brands make compact baseball training gloves, but only a few are regarded as having the best quality. Some of these top brands are Mizuno, All Star, Akadema, and Shoeless Joe. These brands are known for having several types of gloves to choose from.

For example, Mizuno has a training glove that's 9.5 inches and another one that's flat like a pancake. The flat infield training glove, called the GXT3A, helps players catch ground balls using both hands, which is perfect for practicing how to catch in the infield. On the other hand, All Star is really good at making gloves just for catchers. They have special models like the "Donut" training glove and the "Pocket" training glove that help catchers get better at their skills. So, if you want to make your practice sessions and baseball training better, getting a baseball training glove is a smart choice.

Baseball Bargains offers several brands of baseball training models to choose from and we are known for our competitive pricing and fast shipping. Browse our selection of catchers gloves and infield training gloves, and find the right baseball training glove for you.

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Baseball Training Gloves

Getting the most information you can before you choose your baseball training glove will help you select the best model for your needs.

How do training gloves differ from regular gloves?

Typically the size. Most baseball training gloves are smaller than the tradition glove to for the player to hone in their fielding skills.  Other model have a feature like a pancake glove that has no pocket and forces the player to use two hands to field ground ball.  Other models are weighted so to build up strength and quickness when catching or fielding a baseball.

What is the purpose of a baseball training mitt?

The purpose is to improve your defensive skills. Many of the training mitts for baseball are designed with specific drills in mind.

Are there specific baseball training gloves designed for different positions?

There are specific training gloves for infielders and catchers.  One of the newest models is for first basemen.