How to Wear Batting Gloves

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Batting gloves should be worn on the appropriate hand, and it's important to try them on first to make sure that they fit comfortably. Find out how batting gloves provide a better grip for hitting in baseball with help from a professional baseball instructor in this free video on baseball batting gloves.

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Video Transcript

The question's asked, "How to wear a batting gloves?" Well you basically wear batting gloves like you do any other gloves. You just put the appropriate glove on the appropriate hand. Usually batting gloves this day and time have some type of Velcro attachment. Fasten it securely, make sure that the glove is a good size fit for your hand. So before buying a glove I would highly recommend that you at least try it on. But basically, it's as simple as wearing any other glove. Just put the appropriate glove on the appropriate hand; sends it up nice and tight; get it a good comfortable fit. The advantage of wearing batting gloves is it gives you a more sure handed grip on the bat. Usually when you're playing baseball it's hot, you sweat; your hands become sweaty especially when you're nervous and your hot and sometimes you'll lose the, the bat; it will fly out of your hand and go into the dug out or the grandstand or somewhere where you're not choose for to do. But batting gloves could be sprayed down with some tacky surface; some type of tacky thing to keep the surface tacky. You can put on pine tar; you can use lots of different kinds of sprays to make the, the surface more tacky just to make it easier to hold the bat. But basically, you wear the batting gloves on the appropriate hand. Get them a nice check; texture, make sure they're nice and dry so you can hold the bat more securely and get busy with your hitting. Basically that's how you do or that's how you learn to wear batting gloves.


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