I’m a catcher. You think we’d like to wear so many clothes. When we train to catch and throw handball, we usually catch the handball without a mask (of course, we don’t block the ball that is blasted). But in the real game, you have to wear a full set of clothes, including the crotch protection and crotch protection. When you play the ball, you can directly cover most of your eyes with a swing of the bat. If you don’t touch the ball or play it out, it’s OK to say that once you wipe the bat, you can’t be sure where you’re flying from. What can you do to wipe the bat to hit the egg, wipe the bat to hit the egg, wipe the bat to hit the egg? It’s fatal if you don’t have any protective equipment. Players with less protective equipment will go straight Working. In fact, there are many things outside the place you see. For example, in catcher’s mitt, a glove is usually put on to dampen the vibration. For someone like me who has a thumb injury before, a protective device is also put on his thumb (here, I advise you to have a good catcher’s habit. Don’t be like me now, if you want to catch a ball, it will hurt a little bit). All in order to Safety, after all, is not to play hard not to.
Every part of a baseball uniform has functional requirements. If it doesn’t play, a baseball player may dress like an ordinary outdoor player, loose, comfortable and sweat-wicking.
There are clear functional requirements for each component in the competition. Although these requirements are not completely needed by everyone, they are more or less useful on the one hand, and uniform on the other hand. Let’s talk from head to toe.
First of all, the cap. Baseball often goes up to the sky, so the frequency of baseball players looking up at the sky is much higher than that of football in the same outdoor. Although basketball often looks up, it is mostly indoors, and the dazzling degree is not comparable with the sun. So a baseball player’s hat is not a headdress, but a necessary equipment. What’s more, football players choose to use hats to protect their eyesight, but because of the need to use their heads to head the ball at the same time, they can only give up. For goalkeepers who do not have a need for the top ball and rely on high vision safety, there is a case of carrying a hat.