The best glove for a 6 yr old would be anything soft and with a sizeable pocket. approx. 11inch glove with a pocket to hold a ball. Too many youth gloves are built for aesthetics and not for functionality. Glove manufactures make gloves for youth that are designed to catch. Try glove maker Akadema...best in the business
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Check here: http://www.baseball-equipment-info.com/baseball-glove-size.html
A small size glove
One Google source says it is a 1940's mitt with a value of about $85.
No. A nine year old is a child and too young. Go play baseball.
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It was invented in 2002
Depending on the year there is no glove box other then the front and side pockets the closest there is to a glove box is the back trunk which is also smaller in size
Baseball gloves can be dated by the style of the web. Styles may have been continued to be made into different eras but, in general the web can be dated to that era. We style include: full webs, tunnel loop, H-Web, and weaved. I'm not familiar with this Wilson Model, and would have to see it to help. If the Glove has a player endorsement it could aid in the dating of the glove. If the glove you have is a split finger glove (no lacing between the fingers) chances are it is a glove made before the 1950's. There are split finger gloves that were made into the 50's but are few. See Related Links below for a guide for Dating Gloves.
It means that you were one of the best baseball players in the county that year.