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Rawlings Heart of the Hide Color Sync 7 Catchers Mitt YM4 34 Inch Right Hand Throw

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 Introducing the Rawlings ColorSync 7.0 Heart of the Hide series - the ultimate in fresh and functional gloves for serious ballplayers! Take your game to the next level with this 34-inch catcher's mitt, designed to give you a commanding presence behind the plate. The sleek black-and-gray colorway provides a distraction-free target for your pitchers, while the one-piece web and legendary Heart of the Hide leather offer unparalleled feel and touch on every play. This glove is the perfect example of how the ColorSync series effortlessly combines style and function on the field. With exclusive new colorways, pro-style patterns, a padded thumb sleeve for added comfort, and cowhide lining, you won't find a better catchers mitt on the market.


Constructed from Rawlings' world-renowned Heart of the Hide steer leather, Heart of the Hide ColorSync gloves are the epitome of quality and performance. These gloves feature the game-day patterns of the top Rawlings Advisory Staff players, and have defined the careers of those deemed as the finest in the field. Elite athletes looking to join the next class of defensive greats can now have access to the same level of quality and performance with the Yadier Molina Model 34 Inch YM4 Pattern catcher mitt.



The Yadier Molina Model is a one-piece solid web, conventional back, padded thumb sleeve, Tennessee Tanning Rawhide Leather Laces catcher's mitt that is constructed from the top 5% of all hides available. Its deer-tanned cowhide plus palm lining, soft full-grain finger back linings, and Heart of the Hide Steer Leather provide unparalleled quality and performance. With its large pocket, you'll be able to frame more pitches on the corner and make it look easy.

In addition to its exceptional performance, the Yadier Molina Model also boasts a unique, two-tone black and gray design that adds a subtle touch of style to a classic design. As a result, you'll stand out behind the plate and make a statement on the field.  The thermoformed wrist lining and padded thumb sleeve also provide superior comfort, ensuring a feel you can't find anywhere else. Play like 9X Rawlings Gold Glover, Yadier Molina, with the 2023 Heart of the Hide Color Sync 7.0 34-inch catcher's mitt.




Yadier Molina is a professional baseball player from Puerto Rico who has spent his entire career with the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB). He is widely regarded as one of the best defensive catchers in the history of the game, known for his outstanding skills behind the plate and his leadership on and off the field.

Molina was born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, in 1982, and he grew up in a family of baseball players. His father and two of his brothers also played professional baseball, and Molina began playing the sport at a young age. He was drafted by the Cardinals in the fourth round of the 2000 MLB draft, and he made his major league debut with the team in 2004.

Molina quickly established himself as one of the best defensive catchers in the league, known for his ability to control the game from behind the plate. He has won the Rawlings Gold Glove Award for his position a remarkable nine times, a record for a National League catcher, and has been named an All-Star nine times as well. He is also known for his strong arm, quick release, and ability to handle pitchers, earning him a reputation as one of the best catchers in the game's history.

In addition to his defensive skills, Molina is also a solid hitter, with a career batting average of .281 and a slugging percentage of .404. He has hit over 150 home runs in his career, and he has been a key part of the Cardinals' success in the playoffs, helping the team win two World Series championships in 2006 and 2011.

Off the field, Molina is known for his dedication to his family and his community. He has been involved in several charitable organizations, including the St. Louis Children's Hospital and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He is also a strong advocate for the sport of baseball in Puerto Rico, and he has worked to support young players on the island.