Hisashi Iwakuma flashing some custom Nikes I’ve never seen before.
Brandon Crawford wearing NIKEiD Huarache Pro MCS with a graphic that is available.
Cargo rocking the Nike Vapor Elite Pro batting gloves and a custom volt/silver colorway of the Nike Air Max MVP Elite 2 cleats that we saw him in during Spring Training.
Nori Aoki discovered the Varo Arc bat weight and brought it with him to SF.
Matt Kemp wearing a custom Nike MVP Select glove that I hope we can get more photos of. We first saw these at the University of Texas.
Ryan Vogelsong looked better than he pitched in a pretty Marucci T-Web glove.
David Price absolutely dealt in his Jordan Super.Fly 3 cleats that we first saw in last year’s playoffs. The Super.Fly 3 is available.
The future for the Yankees, Didi Gregorius, is wearing a blue-laced version of this glove, the Mizuno Pro Limited GMP400:
Russell Martin throwing his name in the hat for Freshest Catcher in the Game with this repertoire: Kyrie 1 custom cleats from CustomCleats.com, Rawlings Yadi chest protector (no longer available) in blue, and a pair of Easton HS9 batting gloves.
Shane Victorino showed off some of his custom jobs by Nike, which he called Spiderman-, Oregon-, and Ohana-themed.
Pablo’s SSK glove during his SF days was one of our favorites and SSK did a bang-up job with his Boston leather as well. Here you see him tarring up his glove, which I presume he does so he can go to it for grip, but I honestly don’t know for sure. Also notice that Pablo has left Under Armour and is now wearing an exclusive pair of Franklin Neo Classic II batting gloves, as well as New Balance 4040v2 cleats.
Andrew McCutchen is always one to watch for WPW as his stuff is usually one-of-a-kind. 2015 is no different, with a gorgeous Nike SHA|DO Elite J glove like Drew Stubbs’ we saw in Spring:
…and some new Swingman swag on his hands and feet, which we’ll hopefully get better photos off soon.
As anticipated, Robbie Cano is officially a New Balance/Franklin guy now.
We’ll begin updating profiles very soon.