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Old 06-14-2021, 11:28 AM
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I just had to tell someone.. I got my Rawlings Ken Griffey jr. RGB36 ballglove today itís the glove on the left it replaces the one on the right thatís my Dale Murphy model RBG36 which I have had for 25 years or so. Best playing glove Iíve ever owned!

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Old 06-15-2021, 03:39 AM
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I appreciate all the views guys ! I know itís not really memorabilia but the whole reason Iím a collector is because Iíve been an active participant for most of my life. from sandlot to little league high school and college. Baseball has been my passion it connects me to my family my friends my teammates and my city. Itís taught me to work hard to give commitment to play fair to follow the rules. to give 100% to be proud but humble and to share that passion with others.

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Old 06-15-2021, 05:55 AM
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Awesome!

I still have my glove from when I was a kid; and I still oil it every year!
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Old 06-15-2021, 05:57 AM
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Old 06-15-2021, 07:12 AM
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Awesome!

I still have my glove from when I was a kid; and I still oil it every year!
I wish I had my gloves I had as a kid but I either wore them out or they were stolen. I grew up in a rough neighborhood and I had gloves stolen while I was on base Iíd get back to the bench and they would be gone. My grandfather kept a box of ball gloves that heíd get from garage sales and he would just give one to me when mine would go missing. All my gloves have been used except one I bought when I was in college I used it on the mound only. Nice memories!
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Same here... wish I still had mine. My best glove ever was a Wilson A 2000 that was soft as butter and was like an extension of the hand. Simply the highest quality glove ever made.

When I moved to 1st Base, I had a Rawlings Heart of the Hide Mitt that was also fantastic. Neither of the two gloves was endorsed by a player, but I know that many Major Leaguers used very similar models. I would kill to play catch with either of them today!
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Itís funny the stuff you would pay the most for at this point in your life
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And I also had a Dale Murphy Rawlings glove when I was young. Good all around glove for me. I pitched and played outfield. I never had A2000 money Mark

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And I also had a Dale Murphy Rawlings glove when I was young. Good all around glove for me. I pitched and played outfield. I never had A2000 money Mark
Yeah I never had money for a expensive glove. Thank goodness for garage sales. My brother was just laughing at me as he caught me with my face in the glove inhaling the smell of the leather. Lol something i used to do when I was a kid.
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I have some other gloves in my collection of memorabilia my favorite is this ken well glove .
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Same here... wish I still had mine. My best glove ever was a Wilson A 2000 that was soft as butter and was like an extension of the hand. Simply the highest quality glove ever made.

When I moved to 1st Base, I had a Rawlings Heart of the Hide Mitt that was also fantastic. Neither of the two gloves was endorsed by a player, but I know that many Major Leaguers used very similar models. I would kill to play catch with either of them today!
Great memories thatís what makes the game so awesome!
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