For a typical fielder just a glove, bat , helmet, batting gloves and cleats but for catchers the require a chest protector knee pads catchers mitt and catchers helmet
for catchers, the use knee pads, a chest protector. a helmet and a catchers mitt other players wear a hat and have a glove
== ==Uniform includes: hat, jersey, baseball pants, belt, socks and cleats (metal or rubber)fielding equipment: glove (several different types for different positions)batting: helmet, bat, batting gloves, shin guard, elbow guard.catching: catchers helmet (helmet + mask or goalie style) chest protector, leg guards, catchers mitt.
YES... a batters helmet is "plastic"...
At least nine players per team, six infielders and three outfielders, an unpire (referee), three white bases, home plate, a bat, a softball, cleats for your feet, a leather glove, a batting helmet, batting gloves (optional), knee pads (for sliding), catchers gear (shin guards, chest protector, helmet)
Glove, batters helmet, if you are not a catcher. Optional are a groin cup, teeth guard, batters glove & face guard. Catchers require chest & leg protectors, catchers helmet and mitt.
usually catchers wear a chest pad, leg pads, and a helmet, and they also have a catchers glove
No... you can have the two piece helmet. I see them in use all the time, just that the one piece is becoming more popular because of confort and looks.
They do, when they bat.
if you are playing in the feild All players need a mit but the catcher MUST wear a chest protector, helmet, knee savers, and a helmet. When you are batting, you wear a helmet and use a bat. Some people choose to use batting gloves and a slider but they are NOT NESSACARY.
According to the VHSL rules the catcher must wear a 1 piece helmet
did they use dream catchers