Glove Display at Miller Park

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Glove Display at Miller Park

Postby vintagebrett » July 6th, 2006, 8:06 pm

Took my little brother up to Miller Park in Milwaukee last night and we discovered this neat Nokona Glove display in the Kids Zone. The display shows how a glove is constructed - it was great to see Nokona was the glove they chose!

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Postby BretMan » July 9th, 2006, 9:18 am

There is a similar display sponsored by Rawlings at Jacobs Field in Cleveland.

They demonstrate bat making on a lathe, have one station where balls are being made from scratch and have a huge display that has all of the components of a glove laid out in individual pieces, just as they would look before any assembly work is done.

My favorite part of the display is a huge Heart of the Hide glove, complete with all the stampings and details, that is about a 48" pattern! They have it set-up on a stand that makes it like a chair and folks can plop down in it to have their picture taken.

I've got a few shots of it on my digital camera. Maybe I can get around to posting a few pics sometime.

I want that glove!
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