Javier Baez has a glove for just about any situation

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Professional baseball players get a lot of nice stuff, so it’s not surprise that Cubs infielder Javier Baez wanted to show off his gear. What is surprising is how many gloves he has.

Baez, who at any point in time could find himself playing second base, third base, or shortstop, showed off his glove collection just as the Cubs first game of a doubleheader against the Pirates started.

S/O to all my gloves & @controllingthegame #JB9 #SSK #LetsPlayTwo A photo posted by Javier Báez ⚾ (@javy23baez) on Sep 15, 2015 at 9:54am PDT

It makes sense for Baez to have a few different gloves, one for the middle infield, another for third, even one for an emergency outfield trip.

Maybe Baez is using his gloves as an accessory, to look good on the field. Whatever the reason, it should work just fine for Cubs fans. Baez has been a plus player in the field.

Through 80 innings so far this season, and in three different positions, Baez has only committed one error.

The amount of gloves isn’t the only interesting thing about the picture. On at least two of the gloves, Baez has the name of his sister, Noely, embroidered instead of his own. Noely Baez passed away earlier in the year.

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