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Rawlings Baseball and Softball Gloves

Learn More About Rawlings Gloves


Make The Highlight Reel With Rawlings® Gloves

Whether you're playing pro ball or a sandlot pickup game, make the catch that saves the day with a Rawlings® glove from DICK’S Sporting Goods.

Rawlings® has been a trusted name in baseball equipment for over 120 years and puts generations of know-how into every glove they make. Once a quality glove is broken in, it becomes an extension of the fielder's body. Rawlings® baseball gloves are made from high-quality leather which stays soft and gives the fielder superior control. USA-tanned leather laces are strong enough to hold the glove together as you snag a hot line drive. Soft full-grain leather finger lining keeps your hand comfortable well into extra-innings.

Rawlings® softball gloves and baseball gloves from DICK’S Sporting Goods will help you bring your game to the next level. One run can instantly change a game. Often the difference between an extra-base hit and an inning ending out is mere inches. Close that gap with a high performance glove from Rawlings®.

Looking for top-quality equipment? Check out more Rawlings® baseball & softball gear at DICK’S Sporting Goods.

Expert Advice

Rawlings® gloves from DICK’S Sporting Goods are available in adult and youth sizes for baseball, fast-pitch softball and slow-pitch softball. Once you choose the appropriate sport and size, the next question to consider is what position you'll primarily be playing.

Here are some helpful hints for choosing from amongst our large selection of Rawlings® baseball gloves:

  • Catchers and first basemen both play with highly specialized gloves. A catcher's mitt is designed to be a large padded target for a pitcher to hit, and to open wide to block balls in the dirt.
  • A first baseman's glove is also large and has a deep pocket, though it more closely resembles a fielder's glove.
  • Generally, infielders are more concerned with quickly transferring the ball from their glove to their throwing hand, so their gloves are slightly smaller and have more shallow pockets than do the gloves of an outfielder.