How to Dry a Wet Baseball Glove

By Edward Drummond

Few things are as important to a baseball player as his glove. Breaking in a glove can be a painstakingly slow process, so once your glove is perfect, you need to take care of it. Even a moderately priced glove can provide years of service if it is properly cared for. If your glove gets wet, there are a few steps you could take to dry it.

Shake the excess water off your glove.

Pat your glove down with a towel or cloth to help remove more of the water.

Place your glove in a clear, open area indoors.

Allow your glove to dry for several hours. Check the glove often.

Put your glove away when it's dry.

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About the Author

Edward Drummond has been writing for newspapers, magazines and the Web since 1992. He has written about some of the world's most remote and unique places, from Asia to Antarctica, for a variety of publications around the world. Drummond has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and political science from SUNY New Paltz.

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