The Top 5 Glove Deals Right Now

1. Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO6HF-1HT

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO6HF-1HT

This isn’t a glove on sale, but still qualifies as a glove deal. Why? It’s a super limited edition glove we haven’t seen in years, and now there are a solid amount of them thanks to Softball Fans.

This glove has Horween Tan leather and the rounded Fastback pattern that Cal Ripken used many years ago. If you’re a glove junkie, this is an awesome mitt for the collection.

2. Wilson A2K 1786 ($300)

Although it’s not too uncommon to see the A2K 1786 discounted, getting the best shortstop and second base glove for $60+ is always a win. This one’s on sale on Amazon.

3. Wilson A2K B2 ($230)

2018 Wilson A2K B212

Sure, this glove is from a few glove lines ago, but it’s still a great glove for the mound. 12″ length, two-piece web, and a classic colorway (and RHT). Plus, it’s only $230, a steal for an A2K model.

4. Rawlings Pro Preferred PROS314-2CB ($270)

Rawlings Pro Preferred PROS314-2BC

Another good deal on an 11.5″ Rawlings mitt, but this time it’s an 11.5″, I-web Pro Preferred model. This one is only $260 at JustBallGloves, an absolute steal for one of the best middle infield gloves on the market.

5. Wilson A2K M1 ($280)

2018 Wilson A2K M1

A really solid deal on a top tier catcher’s mitt. The M1 is a 33.5″ mitt, so it’s pretty much perfect for any catcher looking for a high quality mitt without the super inflated price tag.

2020 Wilson A2K Pitcher Gloves

The 2020 Wilson Glove Line includes two pitcher’s gloves that will help any hurler defend the mound from hard comebackers. Here is our guide to the 2020 Wilson A2K Pitcher Gloves:

2020 Wilson A2K B2

The B2 is a 12″ mitt with a 2-Piece Web and medium-depth pocket. It’s one of our favorite mitts for the mound and an overall solid mitt to don. Get it here.

2020 Wilson A2K D33

The D33 is an 11.75″ mitt with a wide and deep pocket, and is honestly a pretty funky pattern. We don’t recommend it over the B2, and suggest trying it out before buying it.

2020 Wilson A2K Outfield Gloves

Wilson’s 2020 Collection of A2K Outfield Gloves includes thrre models in both left-handed and right-handed throw. Here is our guide to the 2020 Wilson A2K Outfield Gloves:

2020 Wilson A2K 1799

The 1799 is a 12.75″ outfield mitt with an H-web and deep pocket. It’s Wilson’s best outfield model and highly rated among the best outfield mitts on the market. Get it here.

2020 Wilson A2K MB50

The MB50 is Mookie Betts’ Game model, and is a flashy 12.5″ mitt with a deep pocket. If you’re looking for a flashy mitt for the outgrass, this is a top choice for 2020. Buy it here.

2020 Wilson A2K 1775

The 2020 Wilson A2K 1775 is a 12.75, narrow-width, deep pocket model for the outgrass. While we don’t recommend it outright, we do recommend trying it out before buying it.

2020 Wilson A2K First Base Mitts

Wilson’s Glove Lines always include a first base mitt, and for the 2020 Glove Line, that lucky model is the 2820SS. Here’s out guide to the sole 2020 Wilson A2K First Base Mitts:

2020 Wilson A2K 2820SS

The 2820SS is a 12.25″ First Base mitt built with a lightweight Superskin back. There’s not a ton to say about it besides it’s a really solid mitt for one baggers. Get it here.

2020 Wilson A2K Catcher Mitts

For the 2020 Glove Line, Wilson stuck with one tried-and-true model in their top-of-the-line series: the M1. Here is our guide to the sole 2020 Wilson A2K Catcher Mitts:


The 2020 Wilson A2K M1 is a 33.5″ Catcher’s Mitt with a medium depth pocket. With a strong pocket, durable materials, and aesthetic look, it’s the perfect mitt for behind the dish. Buy it here.

2020 Wilson A2K Infield Gloves

The release of the 2020 Wilson Glove Line means a whole host of fresh A2K models would hit the market, and just like in past years, the Infield models are sweet. Here is our guide to the Wilson A2K Infield Gloves:


The 1786 is an 11.5″ mitt with an I-web and shallow pocket. It’s our favorite middle infield glove for 2020 and is simply an amazing mitt to use at shortstop and/or second base. Get it here.


The 1786SS is the Superskin version of the aforementioned 1786, with the same 11.5″ length with an I-web and shallow pocket. However, it’s bit lighter, which is perfect for middle infielders looking for an easier glove to handle. Buy it here.


The 2020 Wilson A2K 1787 is an 11.75″ mitt that is built for shortstop and third base. It’s listed as one of our favorite gloves for the left side of the infield, as it medium depth pocket is perfect for snagging grounders at short and third. Get it here.


The 1787SS is the Superskin, lighter-in-weight version of the above 1787. If you’re a third basemen or shortstop looking for a lighter glove, the 1787SS is the perfect model for you. Buy it here.


The Matt Chapman game model is simply a customized version of the above 1787 models. If you want a bit of a flashier glove (in orange tan and kelly green) for third or short, the MC26 is the best A2K infield model for you. Get it here.


The 1721 is a 12″ third basemen’s mitt with an H-web, and is Wilson’s best traditional third base mitt. With a deep pocket built for the hot corner, it will snag those hot shots at third. Buy it here.

Christian Yelich’s Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO3039-6C

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Christian Yelich’s rise to the top of the MLB was very gradual, but one thing that he always had was a strong glove in the outfield. He won an MVP in 2018, but a Gold Glove all the way back in 2014.

This season he’s been using a camel and black Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO3039-6C. It’s a pretty simple glove that looks great on any team, especially with the Gold Labels.

And while you can’t get his exact glove as a stock glove (especially with the gold labels), you can get similar 12.75″ Heart of the Hide 3039 pattern glove here.

The Rawlings Horween Collection

A while back Rawlings discontinued the use of Horween leather on their stock mitts. And while they have yet to have more than a limited comeback , more and more Horween gloves are available today than in the past few years.

This post will serve as the complete guide to any Rawlings Horween gloves that hit the marketplace. Releases may be few and far between, but this post will remained updated throughout the years.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO6HF-1HT

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO6HF-1HT

It’s been a while since the Cal Ripken model has been on the market. It’s 12″, has a single post, a Fastback shell, and of course, Horween leather.

And while it’s not the greatest mitt on use on the diamond anymore, it’s the perfect glove for collectors who wish to have a glove that you probably won’t ever see used in the MLB again.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRODJ2HT

Not the greatest image above, but this glove doesn’t need a big introduction. 11.5″. Basket Web. Derek Jeter’s game model in tan Horween leather.

Again, not the greatest glove to use in the field today, but it’s definitely an awesome mitt for the collection.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO204-2HT

Now this is a definite gamer. 11.5″ I-web. Hand Sewn Welting. And, of course, Horween leather. If you’re a middle infielder looking for a top notch game glove, this is certainly it.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRODCTHT

Another super classic mitt. The DCT is a 13″ pattern and widely considered one of the best patterns for first base. This glove will be an absolute tank over at first.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO205-4HT

The PRO205-4HT is a sweet mitt for dual pitchers/middle infielders. At 11.75″ with a modified trapeze web and tan Horween leather, it will certainly be a gamer for many seasons.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROCM33HT

Another tank of a mitt, this time for behind the dish. At 33″ with the Horween leather, the PROCM33HT is a top notch game glove for any catcher looking for a high quality mitt for behind the plate.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PROTB24HT

The TB24 is the Ken Griffey pattern, which is a 12.75″ pattern with a Fastback shell and trapeze web. This mitt is perfect for outfielders who’ve used a trapeze mitt before and need a new gamer.

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO5048-6HT

While not a great baseball mitt, the 12.5″ PRO5048-6HT is perfect for slowpitch softball players. While the 504 is a funky pattern, it perfectly corrals a softball in both the infield and outfield.

Nolan Arenado’s Glove: Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO12-6TI

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Nolan Arenado is simply one of the best two-way players in the MLB today. And while his bat has been doing most of the talking in recent years, you can’t ignore the fact that he’s won six straight Gold Glove awards at the hot corner. Yes, six.

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He racked all of these up with pretty much the same glove model, a Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO12-6TI, with the only change being the addition of Gold Labels after his first few seasons.

His PRO12-6TI is a 12″ mitt with an H-web in the beautiful Timberglaze color, and and it’s pretty much the perfect mitt for the hot corner, and not only because Arenado uses it.

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But despite this fact, Nolan Arenado’s glove model is not available. It actually was once available as a Rawlings Glove Club model a few years back, but never found its way into the yearly glove line.

However, the Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO206-6JTB is a top-notch substitute for Arenado’s mitt. It has the same 12″, H-web pattern as his glove with the only difference being in colorway.

Mookie Betts’ Glove: Wilson A2K MB50

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The winner of the Gold Glove award in the outfield for the past three seasons, Mookie Betts has put on an outfield clinic these past few years as the Red Sox right fielder.

And he’s done it all with his trusty Wilson A2K MB50 on his left hand, a 12.75″ outfield mitt with an H-web and deep pocket. It’s essentially a dolled-up version of the A2K 1799.

This year Betts went with a navy blue, vegas gold, and red Superskin colorway to complement his Red Sox uniform. It’s a dope combo in an outfield sector that is typically pretty bland.

It’s a beautiful glove that’s actually in the 2020 Wilson Glove Line, costs $359.99, and can be bought here.

Mike Trout’s Glove: Rawlings Pro Preferred PROSMT27 (2019)

Mike Trout is one of the best players baseball has ever seen, and while his bat is a large reason for this distinction, he’s also more than handled his own in center field. And he’s done all of this in the past few reasons with his Rawlings Pro Preferred MT27 mitt:

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The MT27 is the Mike Trout game model glove Rawlings released last year. It’s a 12.75″ outfield mitt with a trapeze web, black colorway with red accents, and Fastback design. It’s quite a unique mitt, as few outfielders use the trapeze in the MLB anymore.

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And if you want to dominate the outfield like Mike Trout does, you can get his exact glove for yourself at Just Ball Gloves. Just be aware that it won’t feel like your typical H-web outfield mitt, instead playing a bit narrower and shallower out of the box.