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One of the most difficult positions to get into as a youth is catcher. It is a position that reaps great rewards for those that are able to succeed and learn the psychology of the game as they become older. It is also a position that requires the player to have the best gear available to them. Many of these items are available here at Cheap Bats.
Depending on your age, there are different chest protectors that are better. There are some chest protectors that are reversible, allowing you to use either side depending on the color off your team. These protectors featuring the protective padding for both shoulders, ensuring that your upper body is protected regardless of which side you use. Wilson, All Star, Mizuno, Easton and Diamond all provide great options for players of all ages.
Whether you want to honor all the catchers that paved the way for you or go with a trendier option, you have some options at the position when it comes to which helmet to use. For a time in the 1990s, the hockey goalie style masks were extremely popular in Major League Baseball, but as time has gone one, the traditional helmet is becoming popular again. Whether you want a helmet and mask combination like Carlton Fisk used to wear or the trendier look, Cheap Bats has all the options.
Catchers Leg Guards
As a catcher, the most important thing you can do to protect yourself and your career is to save your legs. One way to do this is to get the best leg guards available to you. Many manufacturers produce the basic leg guards that you see on television, but there are also more advanced and robotic looking leg guards that are also available to those at the position.
Catchers Gear Sets
When you are looking to save a few bucks as a player just getting into the position, one of the best ways to do so would be to look for a complete set of catchers gear. The basic sets come with a helmet, chest protector and leg guards, while some also come with knee savers and carrying bag.
There is a reason why carrying bags for catchers are always so much bigger than those for an outfielder: you have more equipment. Not only do you have a glove, bat, helmet, chest protector and leg guard, you also have knee savers, leg guard straps, extra chin pads and even nail polish or white tape so your pitcher can see your signs.