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Do I need to get my son batting gloves for little league baseball?

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Some people like to use gloves for batting if they are doing it often enough to cause callouses on the skin. They also help with gripping the bat but at a young age, they shouldn't have any problem. My daughter is an avid softball player, playing three to four times a week, and her hands are perfectly fine without gloves.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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