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An outfielder should use a glove sized 12.5 - 13 inches. 13 inches is the largest allowed in Baseball.

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Typically, MLB outfielders use 12.5inch to 13inch. Example Bryce Harper, Manny Ramirez and Shane Victorino use Akadema, hweb, 13inch outfield gloves.

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