The trademark of Hutch Cincinnati was trasfferred to the new company which I am working with. It will be a plan to re-build the complete product line very soon. By the way, what kind of Hutch Basball glove are you looking for?
I don't think Hutch does, but Franklin makes essentially the same thing now.
for scooping out throws
No, the glove is intended for baseball, by fielders and pitchers who want a little longer glove for scooping up balls. It can be used for softball, bit does not have a larger pocket that would make a strictly softball glove better.
throw out your ps3 or xbox purchase a baseball glove and baseball bat and play baseball without pressing (X)
Making a baseball glove is the hardest thing in the world to make out of leather. The average glove takes approx 3hrs to produce. See video from Akadema on how gloves are made. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcGiBodC-Mo
Try having a higher leg kick during your windup. Also, make sure you push off of the rubber and once your separate your glove and the hand with the baseball tuck your glove in with your body.
nothing really, unless it's your size Many players like smaller gloves for quicker exchange from glove to hand. Speed of game forces higher level players to get rid of ball quicker. Baseball glove manufacturers like Akadema and Rawlings make gloves specifically for this reason
To make a baseball glove is the hardest thing to do in the world with leather. It requires 33 different pieces of leather to make a final glove. Usually, labor on the glove is approx 3.5 hours and a special sewing machine is used to piece them all together. Gloves pieces include: shell, palm, inner lining, welting, binding and lacing. See great Akadema videos on how gloves are made. Akadema seems to be the experts in glove making. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcGiBodC-Mo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmwNOdM81qk
Glove, bat, cup, uniform, helmet, cleats, and gum.
suede is not used to make baseball gloves. Suede is heavy and too high in tensile strength. Shane Victorino has a suede glove made by Akadema a few years back.
No we kept ours in a hutch in the garden but in the winter we covered the hutch doors with sacks to keep the warmth in. You can still keep them in the warm but make sure you make a decision. Don't keep them indoors for winter then put them outside for summer because it may be a shock to them. If they are unwell though bring them inside.
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