The Search for a Lefthanded Baseball Glove
Mason was having school pictures and Becky wanted him to pose with his baseball glove. We looked all over the house for it; in Mason’s closet; in his drawers; under his bed; and in his toy box. We could not find it and eventually Becky went and bought him a new one. She walked in with a right-handed glove. I told him he could use it for his pictures, but that was it.
Since he was little Mason has thrown a ball with his left hand. He has continued to throw lefty, and can toss it a long way. When I handed him the righty glove he put it onto his right hand. It looked so awkward. I need to find him a left-handed glove stat. The last thing I want is for my future All-Star third baseman to start throwing right-handed.
I have looked several places for a left-handed glove that will fit little man, but so far have struck out. The ones I have been able to locate are for men, and not preschoolers. I will keep looking, and until I find one, have put the other glove up.