Brandon Crawford has made no aesthetic or pattern changes to his favorite glove since 2015. He keeps it simple and lets his incredible athleticism do most of the talking. In 2022, he’s gaming a well-worn Heart of the Hide whereas he’d been wearing a Pro Preferred Rawlings PRO200 in the past. In 2022, the model number on the thumb reads PRO200-6JCPRO, but our previous information on Crawford’s classic glove is still accurate:
Brandon Crawford’s glove is 11 1/2 inches in length, and the 200 pattern itself is one of the most popular and versatile patterns in MLB history. Vintage Baseball Glove Forum user hrking4675 describes the PRO200 well: “Square shaped, meaning its not too deep or wide. Pretty much allows it to be used anywhere in the infield and with any sort of web, and it will work with that web.”
Four times gold, Brandon Crawford’s glove might as well be in the Hall, and you can get it to spec Rawlings.com for $400.
According to this article by Andrew Baggarly, Crawford has his laces tightened three or four times a year by Giants equipment manager Mike Murphy.