Below is a guide to help date your vintage baseball glove.Gloves can be dated by the model numbers, trademarks & logos, or and by the style of the web.Infield gloves are typically small and light to allow optimal control for ground balls and superior quickness on transfers and relays.Middle infielders playing second base and shortstop will generally use a glove between 11”-11.5”.A left hand thrower glove will be worn on the right hand.
New laces, along with leather cleaning and conditioning, can get your glove looking- and playing- like new.
Most importantly, find a glove that fits the player well and is comfortable for them to wear.
With regards to sizing, baseball gloves are measured by the length vertically between the hand opening and top of the pocket.
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Many early baseball gloves were simple leather gloves with the fingertips cut off, supposedly to allow for the same control of a bare hand, but with extra padding.