The two main things you must do is soften the leather and form the pocket. Most glove manufacturers have oils that can be used on the leather to help soften it. You might check the manufacturer's website to find out whether they sell these oils. If they don't, the leather can be also be softened by rubbing the glove with vaseline, saddle soap, or mink oil. To form the pocket, place a Baseball in the pocket and tie the glove shut with string or shoestrings. Play a lot of catch when you first get the glove. This also helps to form the pocket.
Putt that $h!t in the fridge bro bro
you can poor water in it or tie a rubber band around it or even put it under your matress when you sleep.
with a glove and tongs
The best way to wear in a glove is to first by playing catch with it. That is one way. but if you want to try something different, the best way to do it is to attach a softball to a stick (i think you can actaully buy them now) and hit your glove with it. just make sure you are hitting the net and the palm of the glove. BUT DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, PUT IT IN THE OVEN!
The most natural and best way to do this is to just use the glove. Playing catch is ideal for breaking in a glove, but it can also take a while for it to get worn in all the way. Besides this, they make oil and foam that can be rubbed into gloves to loosen the leather. You can buy these at most sports stores (Dicks sells them for sure). Try putting a baseball in the pocket of the glove, and tying the glove closed over the ball with a rubber band ot string. Keep it this way for several hours (overnight).
Generally speaking a new baseball glove is "stiff" and needs to be "broken in" There are several ways to accomplish this and one way is not to place it in an oven.Techniques to properly break in a new baseball glove are to:Daily rub the glove gently with olive oil;After that, place a baseball firmly in the center of the glove and fold it over the ball. This makes a "center" place in the glove where most of caught balls fall into;Practice catching ball with the glove each day and begin to feel the glove gain some softness. The glove should feel comfortable on your hand.For the most part, a new baseball glove can be "broken in" in a week to ten days.Each player has his/her own way on this procedure, but to answer the question, no, a glove is never placed in an oven.
In my opinion, Easton gloves are on their way out. Dropping all their glove endorsements. Not a quality to glove in my opinion.
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I have never heard of that method, but the absolute best way to work in a glove is playing catch. I also use glove conditioner by "nokoma"
If you want to oil a new glove you should go to a sporting goods store and buy some glove oil or conditioner then you apply it the way it instructs then you can shape the glove after you do this it will help clean and restore the glove to feel like new but still broken in.
I had this glove in 1978..It's a facimile autogragh..they came that way from the factory.
Because it works just fine the way it is, and baseball is a very traditional game.