If you are right handed your glove would be on youe left hand and you would throw the baseball with your right hand.
You wear a baseball glove on your right hand if you are right handed. If you're right handed, then you throw with your right hand. Therefore, you wear your glove on your left hand.
If you are left handed, you throw the baseball with your left hand, so in this case the left handed glove goes on a left handed persons right hand so they catch with glove on right hand and then pull the ball out of mitt and throw with left hand. - It means if you are left handed get this glove but you will wear it on your right hand.
Yes, in the sense that it will now be contoured for your right hand. No, in the sense that it will still be a left-handed glove; just a left handed glove that due to manipulation now fits better on the right hand.
They should wear it on there left hand because this is the hand they should use to catch.
AnswerIt would fit your left hand.
well first off do you mean throwing with your left hand and if so you need a glove for your right hand
It means its a glove for left handed throwers. You put it on your right hand Source: Nike store, Coaches
The hand you wear a glove on is not related to whether you are left or right-handed. If you are wearing the glove for protection, wear it on the left, as this is the hand more prone to injuries; this is why the majority are single and shaped for the left hand. Many people wear a glove on both hands, just to be safe. If they are for grip, you will likewise be best off with wearing them on both; this is why they are sold in pairs.
The proper method for fielding a baseball would be to use two hands. watching the ball all the way in to the glove and securing the ball inside the glove with your opposite hand, only after gloving the ball would you actually touch the ball bare handed.
One that fits his/her hand.
On what hand you wear your baseball glove depends. If you throw with your right hand you need the glove on your left hand. If you throw with your left hand you need a glove on your right or as others call it, a left hand glove.
You would wear a left handed golf, this reduces the pressure from your top hand.
Opposite your primary hand i.e. right-handed would be left hand and vice-versa
Basically, if you are right-handed, then the left hand is placed onto the club grip first, and it is to stop the club slipping that the left glove is worn. The right hand is then placed partially over the left hand with only the rignt index finger and thumb actually touching the grip. There would therefore be no point in wearing a glove on the right hand.
Whichever hand is not your dominant hand, however unless you are Michael Jackson one glove is not fashionable.
A watch should go on your right hand if you are left handed, and a watch should go on your left hand if you are right handed.
If they are left handed they should put their watch on the right hand. If they are right handed they should wear their watch on their ledt hand. (so it doesnt get in the way with their dominant hand)
The player must have control of the ball in the glove. If the glove comes off before he completes the catch, it is not an out. The glove is considered part of the fielder's hand and he must have his hand in the glove.
10 inch but it depends on hand size. Maybe smaller
with a baseball glove and to throw it use your bare hand
You can buy left or right handed gloves. But you can not buy a single glove to suit both right and left hands. I don't know if anyone currently makes one, but I own a Louisville Slugger 1st base mitt that can be worn on either hand. I purchased it in the '70s.
On his right hand. The "Billie Jean" performance at "Motown 25" in 1983 clearly shows a LEFT handed glove, obviously a prototype, as it has rows of rhinestones only on the back of a somewhat yellow leather looking glove. However, as a witness to the auction items in Los Angeles in April 2009, the gloves were RIGHT handed, and the sewn on swarovski crystal technique perfected. Potential auction gloves can be searched online and are described as RIGHT handed.
in the left hand if you are right handed