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Thread: How to use dual hinged vs single hinged catchers mitt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric F View Post
    I addition to the Miz wrap thingy, I have been known to stuff gloves between couch cushions (with a ball in the pocket). I have an All-Star fielders glove in our family room couch right now.
    What model All-Star did you buy? Besides catching, what other positions does Maddie play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANNASDAD View Post
    What model All-Star did you buy? Besides catching, what other positions does Maddie play?

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    In addition to catcher, she plays 1B and 3B. She has played everywhere (I don't recommend using her at a P - lol). She is currently using a Worth Liberty Advanced, and it has served her well for the past 2+ years of TB, but it's starting to show signs of reaching the end of it's life. I'm getting the break-in process started on the All-Star. It's going to take a little while. I've always like All-Star gloves. This one confirms why I like them - great leather, great construction, good looks, light weight.

    When I had Maddie try this glove 2 years ago, she didn't like the 3-finger design - "it feels weird". She's been using the finger shift in all her gloves for about a year. Now, this glove feels perfect for her.
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    I've always thought that was a great looking glove, hope she enjoys it. All-Star makes a quality glove, I was responsible for warming up our pitchers during the games this weekend, the complex we played at had bullpens in every dugout. We have a great mix of pitchers from flame throwers to crazy spinners. I was telling Anna that my All-Star CMW3000 is absolutely perfect now, I couldn't ask for a better catchers mitt! The pocket just wraps up a ball perfect and it sounded like a shotgun going off during the game!

    After the end of this year I'll probably send it off to Rous and have it relaced in the stiffest tan lace I can find, I think the tan would look good with the black & blonde, or maybe I just love tan lace

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