Category: Salvador Perez

By Charles Carr MLB’s 2018 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards feature 13 previous winners and six first-timers.  Remarkably, El Toro High School in Lake Forest, CA swept the Platinum Glove Award thanks to alumni Nolan Arenado and Matt Chapman.  Colorado (Nado/DJ), Oakland (The Matts), KC (Salvy/Gordon), and Arizona (Ahmed, Greinke) each […]

Your 2018 All-Star Game rundown.  If we missed anything, tag us @whatproswear. Some excellent looks at Francisco Lindor’s New Balance COMPv1, a player exclusive make-up for the All-Star Game.  What’s that pattern there?  Its cool whatever it is.  These are a very loose interpretation of the retail silhouette, and you […]

Rawlings shared a video today of Salvador Perez‘ All-Star chest protector, exclusive to Salvy but very similar to the Velo gear available here. Along with the chest protector, WPW also got an exclusive look at the leg guards that Salvy may (or may not) wear for the game: Look for […]

WPW got a chance to drop in on the champs, the Kansas City Royals, as they took on the Milwaukee Brewers last week. Most of the studs were in the lineup, so we got a little peek into what’s in store gear-wise in 2016. Salvy’s Franklin CFX Pros looked just […]

We posted them on social media already (even got some Darren Rovell love), but here’s a more in-depth look at both Salvy Perez and Yadi Molina’s gear for tonight’s spectacle, thanks to Rawlings Sports. Salvy’s Rawlings chest protector was an object of desire during Opening Week when we showed it off, and at […]

A few updates that we’ve mentioned on social media, including Robbie Cano’s makeover from Nike to NB and Franklin. Above are two custom pairs done by Mache Custom Kicks, the first hard evidence that Robbie is officially an NB guy after seeing him pose with Jose Bautista in some NB […]

Franklin sent through the Derby/All Star exclusives for their guys lucky enough to be elected to the game.  Even luckier, they whispered in our ear that, aside from the Red/White/Blue ASG gloves already available, 3 versions of EACH player’s batting gloves (in the actual player’s size) ARE AVAILABLE NOW.  Again, only […]

BY ROCKY LOCKWOOD Their bats have been swung by some of the biggest names in the game; Miguel Cabrera, Pablo Sandoval, Miguel Tejada, Vladimir Guerrero, Alfonso Soriano, Carlos Gonzalez, Bobby Abreu, and others and yet they are still viewed as one of  the little guys.  Arizona based Zinger Bats (Twitter, […]