I like the Mort Cooper MC alot. It's a big glove with those flattened fingers curved to trap the ball. You can really see the beginning of the evolution toward the style of the XPG and Wilson A2000 types of gloves. They were really popular with the pro's of the time, too. Warren Spahn and John Sain are wearing them in that iconic "pray for rain" photo. The earlier ones had the great cloud patch, too.
Rawlings had other terrific patches in the late 40's early 50's. The Playmaker one was very cool, too.
I'm probably in the minority, but I like the later Bill Doaks more than the Originals. Maybe it's the I-web.
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