Rated 4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by TJB Simple Good Product
Game Sign Signals are nothing more than flourescent stickers that attach to your fingers so the pitcher can see with ease the catchers sign/s. Simple but very effective. These were purchased for the ASU baseball team. They use them for every night game they have. This is not an official endoresment but rather something that was needed by one of the pitcher to see the catchers signs at night. I suppose there are other things you could use for this appllication but this is simple and it works. Only downside is that they are a little pricey for stickers.
March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by CatchCoach Catcher uses every game
These things are great. My catcher uses them every game. They are easy and they really work. No excuses with Game Signs. Wish I thought of this!!!
December 4, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Eraycoop Really?!
$13?! Do yourself a favor... Regardless of what level you or your child play, buy a bottle of whiteout. For just a few dollars it will last for multiple seasons. If it dries out or falls out of your bag, in a pinch wipe the back of your fingers w/ sweat from your hair, brow, or wherever then drop your fingernails in the chalk of the batters box. Baseball people may just be nuttier than golfers. Spend your money elsewhere!!!
September 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CatcherORpitcher So hawt!
I heard white is so in this season! Makes my hands look so tan. People can see my fingers coming from a mile away.
March 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by RADicks-E Amazing product for all catchers!!!
I noticed a few MLB catchers wearing these last season. Guys like Mike Napoli and Kurt Suzuki. At first I thought they were using whiteout and tape but have heard multiple announcers talk about these as a product. Regardless, these things are super easy to apply and even easier to take off. My pitchers love them because they can see my signs easier and I have the confidence that I wont get crossed up with my pitchers. They are definitely going to be a part of pregame checklist from now on. Definitely recommend these for all pitchers and catchers!!!!!
March 7, 2013