Hanley Ramirez made some moves in the off-season. West Coast to East Coast. Infield to outfield. His A2000 HR13 Game Model glove had to keep up, so this season, his pattern is based on the 12.75" A2000 1799. The SuperSkin keeps his glove light while the length gives him the reach he needs.
The most famous baseball glove, the Wilson A2000, just keeps getting better. Wilson Glove Master Craftsman, Shigeaki Aso, refines the Pro Stock patterns with the insights of hundreds of MLB players every season. Made with Pro Stock leather and SuperSkin, the A2000 SuperSkin baseball glove series is built to break in perfectly and last for multiple seasons. SuperSkin is stronger and lighter than leather, so it makes for a glove with a quicker break in that lowers reaction time and repels moisture. It doesn’t get better than that.