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UNIFORMS & MERCHANDISE

Uniform orders can be placed through our online shop, for the 2023 season current orders will be delivered to the club for collection at the canteen. When ordering player jerseys please confirm the player's name when placing the order. Measure carefully, the wrong size jersey that has the player's name and number can not be returned.

 

If you have any uniforms that no longer fit please drop them into our donations box near the canteen which has a selection of free cleats, uniform pieces, and gear. You can also buy, sell or give away gear in the comments of our Seasiders Facebook page marketplace posts.

UNIFORPRICE LIST

Players cap - $45 (FREE with new player registrations)

Long pants - $50

Knickers $45

Belt - $15

Seasiders Socks - $15

Tee-Ball playing top - FREE

Training Shorts - $40

Playing Jersey - $50

Printing Name and Number - $15

Hoodies - $50

Training Tee $28

Remember to cold wash playing tops and don't put them in the dryer.

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PLAYING EQUIPMENT

The equipment you need depends on your experience and position, but most players can get by with a few essential items they will need for games and practice.

Red Stitches baseball shop has an extensive range of gear, they are located in Thornleigh or you can shop online. Phone them if you have any questions about sizing: redstitches.com.au Other local options are Mike Pawley Sports at Balgowlah and Dee Why, they have some good gloves but you will need to ask as they are often stored in the back of the store. Rebel Sport has a limited range of gear that will suit beginners. It is also worth searching on Facebook Marketplace, as there is usually lots of affordable gear in great condition.

GLOVE

The most important piece of equipment for all baseball players is their glove or mitt. There are youth-sized gloves and adult-sized gloves. Youth gloves are typically smaller and cheaper than their adult counterparts. Youth gloves range from $30-$100, and adult gloves range from $50-$300. Gloves will need some breaking in to help form to your hand and make them easier to open and close. The best way to do this is by simply playing catch every day, you can also help the process with glove oil or a little shaving cream with lanolin. Keep a ball in the pocket of your glove when not in use to hold its shape.

 

PROTECTIVE CUP

We recommend both boys and girls wear a protective cup from Zooka age and up. There is a large range of options available today including the cricket style which can be worn in their underpants or more comfortable options that fit into the pocket of sliding shorts known as 'sliders' which help avoid grazing while sliding into base. Examples are shown here: Red Stitches cups & sliders or Rebel Sport

CLEATS

Cleats are baseball boots with rubber or metal studs to help with grip while batting, running, and fielding. Regular sneakers can be worn for younger age groups but as children get bigger and faster cleats are much safer to avoid slipping. Football boots will also do the job for most children. Metal cleats should not be worn by children under the age of 13.

BATS & BATTING HELMETS

Every team is supplied with bats and batting helmets so, you don’t need to buy these for your child, especially if they are new to baseball, give it a little while and if they are keen on baseball they may want to have a bat and/or helmet of their own. It does make a nice and easy birthday or Christmas gift. If you are considering buying a bat get your child to swing a few different bats at training to determine the correct size, again the team at Red Stitches will be very helpful with advice.
 

Metal USABat Standard bats must be used in the Little League Major Baseball Division and below. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used at the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball and Junior League Baseball Divisions. At the Senior League Baseball Division, all bats must meet the BBCOR standard. Most wood bats are fine to use in all grades.

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