If you’re playing the shortstop or 2nd base position, you really need to put some thought into buying the right infield baseball gloves.
If you don’t, you can hurt your team’s chances of winning and you may even get hurt.
You need a glove that lets you catches bouncing balls and hard drives. Then you should also be able to more easily transfer the ball to your throwing hand so you can get people out at first base.
If you’re fast enough and there’s a runner on first, you can throw to 2nd base and get a double play.
This guide will mainly focus on second base, shortstop and third base.
For a closer look at 1st base gloves go here.
If you’re in a hurry…