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Left Handed Baseball Gloves
A fact of life is that most people's dominant hand is their right, but in baseball being a lefty may help you. So, with left handed baseball gloves, you can dominate. Being a lefty will help more in the pitching field. This is because with a majority of the other positions on the baseball field, the throwing hand changes nothing. With pitching, batters are seeing a different angle of the ball, so the less they see this the worse they'll be at hitting them. This is with anything in life, the less practice you have with it the worse you'll be at it. But, in the majors, teams want to have an equal amount of lefty and righty pitchers to keep batters off balance.
If MLB teams want an equal amount of both pitchers, then you do the math. Just by the numbers, there are less lefties to fill the same amount of spots as righties, so obviously it's easier. So, for glove companies, they need to show that they can produce for both hands. They produce their left handed baseball gloves with the same care and passion as they do right handed. Not many peple call their left hand their dominant hand, so embrace it. By embracing it, you will take your talents to new levels.
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So, if it is you that is a lefty be confident about it. All too often I see players lose confidence because they see that they are one of few out on the diamond. Being that you are in the minority, embrace what you have and use it to your advantage. Once you become confident in being different and having something not everyone does, you will succeed. Then after this point, the sky is simply the limit for you and your left handed glove.
It is true that some gloves are made only for righty throwers, but don't let this discourage you. You may not see this as fair, but just tell yourself you have a better shot at the majors than your friends. Although, in baseball it is more common to see left handed people, it is still heavily in the minority. With that said, take what you have and run with it. All of the major brands like Wilson, Rawlings, Easton, Mizuno, and more all carry lefty gloves. So, you know you'll be getting a quality glove regardless if they don't supply you with as many gloves. Check some out at our Baseball Bargains website.