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RV23B

Ballgloves.com exclusive from Rawlings. Top 5% steer hide. Handcrafted from the best available steer hide by the world's finest glove technicians. World renowned Heart of the Hide leather for unmatched durability. USA Tanned leather lacing for durability. 12.25 inch pattern worn by Robin Ventura, Alex Rodriguez, and other major league 3rd basemen.Rawlings Heart of Hide PRORV23B Baseball Glove 12.25 Right Hand Throw 279.95 Rawlings Ballgloves.com exclusive from Rawlings. Top 5% steer hide. Handcrafted from the best available steer hide by the world's finest glove technicians. World renowned Heart of the Hide leather for unmatched durability. USA Tanned leather lacing for durability. 12.25 inch pattern worn by Robin Ventura, Alex Rodriguez, and other major league 3rd basemen.

p /p ul lispan style=font-size: large;12.25 Inch/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Black Horween Leather/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Rawlings Ballgloves.com Exclusive/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Grey Split Welting/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;RV23 Pattern/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Open Back/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;MLB Patch/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Third Base/span/li /ul pspan style=font-size: large;img class=__mce_add_custom__ title=trifecta of prorv23 in black tan and mesh src=https://cdn11.bigcommerce.com/s-2hhnbofc/product_images/uploaded_images/img-7076.jpg alt=trifecta of prorv23 in black tan and mesh width=500 height=500 //span/p p /p pspan style=font-size: large;Robin Ventura wore similar glove in his career. Robin Ventura is a retired American baseball player who played in the Major Leagues from 1989 to 2004. He was primarily a third baseman, but also played at first base and designated hitter during his career./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;Ventura was born on July 14, 1967 in Santa Maria, California. He attended college at Oklahoma State University and played baseball for the Cowboys. In 1988, he was a member of the United States Olympic baseball team that won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;After the Olympics, Ventura was drafted by the Chicago White Sox with the 10th overall pick in the 1988 Major League Baseball draft. He made his Major League debut in September 1989 and quickly became a fixture in the White Sox lineup. He was known for his excellent defense at third base and his ability to hit for power and average./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;Ventura played for the White Sox for 10 seasons and was named to the American League All-Star team twice. He also won five Gold Glove Awards for his defense at third base. In 1999, he was traded to the New York Mets, where he played for four seasons. He then played one season each for the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers before retiring after the 2004 season./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;In his career, Ventura hit .267 with 294 home runs and 1,182 runs batted in. He was also known for his sportsmanship and his ability to play through injuries. In 2016, he was inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame for his achievements at Oklahoma State University./span/pRawlings Heart of Hide RV23B Black Horween Baseball Glove Right Hand Throw 299.95 p /p ul lispan style=font-size: large;12.25 Inch/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Black Horween Leather/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Rawlings Ballgloves.com Exclusive/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Grey Split Welting/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;RV23 Pattern/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Open Back/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;MLB Patch/span/li lispan style=font-size: large;Third Base/span/li /ul pspan style=font-size: large;img class=__mce_add_custom__ title=trifecta of prorv23 in black tan and mesh src=https://cdn11.bigcommerce.com/s-2hhnbofc/product_images/uploaded_images/img-7076.jpg alt=trifecta of prorv23 in black tan and mesh width=500 height=500 //span/p p /p pspan style=font-size: large;Robin Ventura wore similar glove in his career. Robin Ventura is a retired American baseball player who played in the Major Leagues from 1989 to 2004. He was primarily a third baseman, but also played at first base and designated hitter during his career./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;Ventura was born on July 14, 1967 in Santa Maria, California. He attended college at Oklahoma State University and played baseball for the Cowboys. In 1988, he was a member of the United States Olympic baseball team that won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;After the Olympics, Ventura was drafted by the Chicago White Sox with the 10th overall pick in the 1988 Major League Baseball draft. He made his Major League debut in September 1989 and quickly became a fixture in the White Sox lineup. He was known for his excellent defense at third base and his ability to hit for power and average./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;Ventura played for the White Sox for 10 seasons and was named to the American League All-Star team twice. He also won five Gold Glove Awards for his defense at third base. In 1999, he was traded to the New York Mets, where he played for four seasons. He then played one season each for the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers before retiring after the 2004 season./span/p pspan style=font-size: large;In his career, Ventura hit .267 with 294 home runs and 1,182 runs batted in. He was also known for his sportsmanship and his ability to play through injuries. In 2016, he was inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame for his achievements at Oklahoma State University./span/p