Baseball Glove Repair And Restore


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Baseball Glove Repair And RestoreClick Image To Visit SiteThe MLB 2016 season is now into the second half of the season. It’s nice to see that no one team is running away with a division yet, although the Cubs were nearly doing it before the All Star break. Guess we’ll have to wait until early September or so to see if we’re going to have tight division races heading towards the end of the season.

Community leagues, Federation leagues and other leagues of higher competition are done or winding down except for some All Star games and tournament play. Some of you are getting ready for High School and College fall sports too. So even though the Major Leagues have just passed the half way point, for many of you, the 2016 baseball season, for the most part, is over. Even though the season is winding down, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have to still take care of your glove the rest of the way! Your glove may have experienced hot, dry weather, followed by some wet, muddy games this season…and then more hot, dry and dusty conditions. These are conditions that age your glove and make the leather and laces weak if ignored for 3 or 4 months each summer, season after season. You can keep your glove looking and feeling nearly new, year after year, if you just do some “maintenance” every once in a while. Why risk having your laces become real loose or even break, or having the glove leather dry out and start ripping? All this means is that you’ll be without your favorite glove for a number of games if you have to send it away to get repaired. It would be so much better if you knew when you should do some “maintenance” on your glove… Read more…

 

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