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10 Infield Gloves On Sale – High Quality Mitts for a Discounted Price

Are you looking for a new infield glove? Are you worried about the ever-increasing price of gloves?

It seems like every year companies raise their prices. But, when a company has to make so many gloves before a new line releases, they are left with some overstock that they have to let go. That means great deals for you, and we compiled the 10 best deals you can get on infield gloves:

10. Mizuno Pro Limited GMP500

Mizuno Pro Limited GMP500

Size: 11.75″

Price: $500 $260

With the incredibly high discount and the  different 11.75″ pattern, the Mizuno Pro Limited GMP500 is a unique shortstop or third basemen’s glove. That odd-looking wrist helps make a tighter, more comfortable, and snugger fit for the user, and the “Deep-3” I-web is firmer than the prototypical I-web. Plus, this Pro Limited comes with a thumb-to-middle finger close with a stiff heel design.

Recommendation: Pick this model up if you’re a shortstop or third basemen and a fan of the highest quality materials and construction present on all Pro Limited models.

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9. Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRONP2JB

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRONP2JB

Size: 11.25″

Price: $250 $140

The Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRONP2JB is only 11.25″, making it one of the smallest gloves on the list and a second base-only glove. This glove is just not long enough for use at shortstop, but second basemen will be able to benefit from the flat and shallow NP2 pattern that help form a super shallow pocket.

Recommendation: Pick this glove up if you’re a second basemen who wants a once-in-a-lifetime deal on an amazing Heart of the Hide.

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8. Wilson A2K 1786

Wilson A2K 1786

Size: 11.5″

Price: $360 $200

Surprisingly enough, Wilson’s flagship model enjoys an almost 50% discount. It’s a bonafide middle infield with its 11.5″ length and shallow pocket, and is considered (by us and others) to be the best infield pattern.

Recommendation: We recommend this model for any middle infielder who wants a top quality glove for a price that hangs around with A1K’s.

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7. Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO314-2BC

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO314-2BC

Size: 11.5″

Price: $250 $190

As an owner of the Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO314-2BC, I can attest to the awesomeness of this glove. If the looks aren’t enough for you, maybe the 11.5″ length, tighter wrist fit, and shallow pocket may be the ticket for a shortstop or second basemen.

Recommendation: We love the PRO314-2BC, and you should too if you are a shortstop/second basemen and have smaller hands and/or like a snugger fit.

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6. Wilson A2K 1788

Wilson A2K 1788

Size: 11.5″

Price: $360 $200

What the Wilson A2K 1788 lacks in size, it makes up in quality. With its high quality Steerhide leather, Super Skin in-between the fingers, and the other nice materials, the 1788 fits in nicely at second base in both quality and pattern. The 11.25″ allows a shallow pocket design.

Recommendation: For the price, the Wilson A2K 1788 is the best second basemen glove on the market at this moment.

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5. Mizuno Pro Limited GMP600BK

Mizuno Pro Limited GMP600BK

Size: 11.5″

Price: $500 $260

The Mizuno Pro Limited GMP600BK is another Mizuno Pro Limited model with a huge discount. Unlike the GMP500, this is a middle infield glove with a wide and shallow pocket but shares the same funky close with the super stiff heel.

Recommendation: We recommend this model for middle infielders who want the highest quality glove with a different pattern for the middle infield.

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4. Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO312-2CB

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO312-2CB

Size: 11.25″

Price: $250 $190

Besides the hot design, the Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO312-2CB is an exemplary second base glove – shallow and wide. It also comes from the same pattern family as the aforementioned PRO314-2BC, meaning the 312 has the same narrow fit wrist design.

Recommendation: If you like smaller gloves, go with this model, especially for the price. If you want something bigger for second or short, go with the 314 that we featured earlier on this list.

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3. Wilson A2000 RC22

2016 Wilson A2000 RC22

Size: 11.5″

Price: $250 $180

The RC22 is one of the hottest gloves on the planet from both a sales and looks perspective. There’s a reason for the sales part; it’s just a really nice glove overall. It’s the same exact pattern as the 1786 we discussed earlier, meaning that perfect pocket, width, and length for either second or short.

Recommendation: The Wilson A2000 RC22 is an awesome glove if you’re on board with the mariner green look. Besides that, every other aspect of this glove is flawless.

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2. Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO2172-2G

Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO2172-2G

Size: 11.25″

Price: $250 $190

The Rawlings Heart of the Hide PRO2172-2G is an 11.25″ glove that plays a bit small. In more ways than one, the 217 pattern plays a lot like the 1788 that we mentioned before, meaning a shallow pocket, somewhat wide width, and thumb-to-middle finger close.

Recommendation: We wouldn’t recommend the 2172-2G over the 1788, but if you are looking for a similar feel as the 1788 in a Rawlings, certainly take a look at this glove.

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1. Wilson A2K DP15

wilson a2k dp15

Size: 11.5″

Price: $360 $210

The Wilson A2K DP15 is a top notch model with high quality materials, a Super Skin back, and an 11.5″ length with the tighter wrist design, called “Pedroia Fit.”

Recommendation: Get the DP15 if you have smaller hands (or enjoy a tighter fit), are a second basemen or shortstop, and want one of the best-looking and feeling gloves on the market for a price cheaper than many of the lower quality models.

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