Jake Lamb‘s gear has been added to the WPW app.
To download the app, which is better than the website:
- Click here to download iOS.
- Click here to download Android.
- Or click here for a text that will take you to your proper app store on your phone.
The truest app review we’ve gotten:
“I deleted Snapchat to make room for this app.”
No joke someone actually said that.
Users of the WPW app not only get every MLB star’s locker in the palm of their hand, but they also get access to giveaways that no one else ever will.
For example, in April we gave away Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa game cleats to lucky app users, and most recently we gave away a $300 Rawlings glove to a lucky app user. The reason we are giving this amazing stuff away is because we want you to download the app.
@moose_tography, co-founder of ClubhouseCorner.com, graciously shot these photos for WPW while the Indians were in Arizona: Francisco Lindor’s WBC glove and trainer, both of which are lathered in Puerto Rican pride. We know, of course, that USA prevailed over Puerto Rico in the WBC, but these gloves are no less fire.
For more info on these, check out the WPW app (links above) which has model info and a link to buy the closest alternative.
Lamb’s teammate and perennial MVP candidate Paul Goldschmidt looks small in the throwbacks. Just seeing this photo as a pitcher is frightening.
A few random shots from around the league can’t hurt anybody. This one from a little while ago, Ryan Schimpf’s absolute supermodel of a glove, but don’t touch it or else:
Lets hope Schimpf gets back up to the Big club soon because his swing is too pretty to be wasted down in AAA.
If you follow us on Instagram you’ve already seen these, peculiar Nike Huarache batting gloves which showed up in the All-Star Game. We’ve never seen the Huarache logo on anything but shoes, but we may see these for sale sometime soon.
One of our favorite glove accounts, @supremegloves is hellbent on getting to 20K followers, so we blackmailed him for photos of his best new gloves for pub. One of them was this 11.75″ PRO200 Modified Trap.
Follow @supremegloves for more unbelievably sexy gloves.
We’ll have more from this game in an upcoming post, but lets take a few looks at some Keezcam highlights of the Oakland A’s. Above we get a brilliant look at Rajai Davis’ Oakland Mimsband. Davis and his Mimsband were featured in the WPW app last October when he hit one of the most heroic home runs in World Series history off of Aroldis Chapman.
Without a horse in that race, I sprinted through my house screaming when that ball went out.
Wow. These new Yard batting gloves from UA are dirty. Don’t want. Need. (no sign of them yet)
Yonder Alonso is one of the first to lace up the Trout 4s, but he didn’t want anyone to see them so he wore pants that were 4 inches too long:
Can we get a petition going to ban this? A hashtag? #MakePantsFitAgain?
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