no you cannot. you cant have any white on your glove or anything around your wrist ex. a wristband
White. They say it may distract the hitter because the ball is also white.
According to Major League Baseball Rules: 1.15(a) The pitcher's glove may not, exclusive of piping, be white, gray, nor in the judgment of the umpire, distracting in any manner. There used to be a rule in High School baseball that said the pitcher could not use a multi-colored glove, but that rule has been revoked.
White Glove Collection was created in 1952.
The term 'white glove' does not appear in the Bible.
1.15 (a) The pitcher's glove may not, exclusive of piping, be white, gray, nor, in the judgment of an umpire, distracting in any manner. (b) No pitcher shall attach to his glove any foreign material of a color different from the glove. (c) The umpire-in-chief shall cause a glove that violates Rules 1.15(a) or 1.15(b) to be removed from the game, either on his own initiative, at the recommendation of another umpire or upon complaint of the opposing manager that the umpire-in-chief agrees has merit.
George W. Bush was the first president to hold Little League tryouts on the White House lawn. Bush was the 43rd U.S. President.
Wilbur Wood of the Chicago White Sox was the last pitcher in American League history to win and lose 20 or more games in the same season. He was 24-20 in 1973.
Wilbur Wood of the Chicago White Sox was 24-20 during the 1973 season, making him the last pitcher in American League history to win and lose 20 or more games in the same season.
The glove is used as the ear on the white elephant on the red and white striped stocking!