After the Rawlings Sporting Goods acquisition of Easton Sports in 2020, there was some speculation about where Easton ballglove users like Alex Bregman would land. While Ramon Laureano is now wearing a Wilson glove, Alex Bregman stuck to his guns with the Easton D32 pattern. Bregman’s glove is a custom, but its based off of the D32B available for $300 at Easton.com.
We noticed that Bregman really flattens the fingers into a paddle-shape on his Easton glove. In the slideshow you’ll see how he uses that flattened area to deaden a nasty two-hopper off the dirt, straight into the web. He made it look easy, but there are very few third basemen on Earth that make that play.