What Pros Wear Collection
Baseball Express has teamed up with What Pros Wear to give you the best collection of top line baseball equipment used by today's Major League Baseball players. Find the gear used by all-stars like Mookie Betts, Anthony Rizzo, Clayton Kershaw, Mike Trout and more!
This baseball glove selection includes some of the hottest brands in baseball, including Rawlings, Wilson, SSK, and All-Star. Rawlings is now the Official Glove of Major League Baseball and their gloves are currently used by more than 50% of MLB players. The Wilson A2000 DP15 model is consistently one of the most popular gloves among second basemen, including Nick Madrigal of the Chicago White Sox. Along with Robinson Cano, SSK now equips infielder Javy Baez, giving SSK two of the freshest infielders in the game today. And all great players train to be the best. Utilizing the Rawlings Francisco Lindor Pancake Trainer or the Baseball Express Soft Hands Trainer will give you the skills of a pro in no time.
These select wooden baseball bats are swung by some of the game's top players and All-Stars. Marucci is the preferred brand by many of today's players, including Buster Posey, Josh Donaldson, and future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols. Axe handle bats as seen in the Victus X50 are quickly being adopted throughout the game. 3rd Baseman Krist Bryant adopted this type of bat in 2019, and Pete Alonso set the MLB rooke home run record at 53 with an Axe handle bat. Old Hickory is a popular brand amongst today's top mashers like Mike Trout and Paul Goldschmidt. And you can never go wrong with a Louisville Slugger, as this reliable brand has been around since the days of Babe Ruth and is the top bat of many professionals, including National League MVP, Christian Yelich.
- New Balance Men's 4040v5 Low Metal Baseball CleatsList price: $149.95 $34.97 Price: $34.97 You save: 76.7% off
- Under Armour Mens Yard Low ST Metal Baseball CleatsList price: $90.00 $24.97 Price: $24.97 You save: 72.3% off
New Balance and Under Armour have become the brand name cleats for today's up and coming superstars. Outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. became the second player in MLB history to hit 30 homers and steal 30 bases in the same season before the age of 22, all while wearing a pair of New Balance 4040v5 cleats. Luis Robert of the White Sox rocks a pair of Under Armour cleats and runs incredibly well in the outfield, averaging 29.1 feet per second according to BaseballSavant.com. Mizuno continues to be the brand of choice for some of baseball's most reliable and consistent players, including outfielders Stephen Piscotty, Ian Desmond and pitcher Adam Wainwright.
100% Sunglasses continue to take Major League Baseball by storm with today's young sluggers leading the charge. Adopted by the aforementioned Ronald Acuna Jr. during his rookie season, shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. was seen throughout the 2019 and 2020 seasons sporting a pair of 100% Speedcraft Sunglasses while both in the field and at the plate. The Speedcraft SL model is designed with a shorter lens profile and more compact nose bridge to fit smaller faces. With the exception of the lens air scoops, the SL model maintains the same high performance features and lens technology, making it a popular choice among Major Leaguers.
All-Star helmets and face masks are worn by 27% of MLB starting catchers. Their hockey style helmet is relied on by many catchers, including Buster Posey, Martin Maldonando, and Gary Sanchez among others. All-Star catcher's mitts also continue to be a top brand among catchers, being the glove of choice for All-Star and Gold Glove Winner, Salvador Perez during his first seasons in Major League Baseball.