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BASEBALL BAT, SOFTBALL BAT, AND GLOVE SIZE CHARTS

If your child needs a new bat or glove this year, you can use these charts as a guide to help you:
 

Bats:

Determine Your Bat Length by Age

Age

Bat length

5-7 years old

24"-26"

8-9 years old

26"-28"

10 years old

28"-29"

11-12 years old

30"-31"

13-14 years old

31"-32"

15-16 years old

32"-33"

17 years old

34"

 

 

Determine Your Bat Length by Weight and Height

 

Your height (inches)

Your weight (pounds)

36-40

41-44

45-48

49-52

53-56

57-60

61-64

65-68

69-72

73

Bat length

less than 60

26"

27"

28"

29"

29"

 

 

 

 

 

61-70

27"

27"

28"

29"

30"

30"

 

 

 

 

71-80

 

28"

28"

29"

30"

30"

31"

 

 

 

81-90

 

28"

29"

29"

30"

30"

31"

32"

 

 

91-100

 

28"

29"

30"

30"

31"

31"

32"

 

 

101-110

 

29"

29"

30"

30"

31"

31"

32"

 

 

111-120

 

29"

29"

30"

30"

31"

31"

32"

 

 

121-130

 

29"

29"

30"

30"

31"

32"

33"

33"

 

131-140

 

29"

30"

30"

31"

31"

32"

33"

33"

 

141-150

 

 

30"

30"

31"

31"

32"

33"

33"

 

151-160

 

 

30"

31"

31"

32"

32"

33"

33"

33"

161-170

 

 

 

31"

31"

32"

32"

33"

33"

34"

171-180

 

 

 

 

 

32"

33"

33"

34"

34"

180

 

 

 

 

 

 

33"

33"

34"

34"

 

Gloves:

Sizing Chart

Age

Position

Glove size

Under 8

Infield

9 inches

Under 8

Outfield

11 inches

9-13

Infield

9-10 inches

9-13

Outfield

11-12 inches

High School/Adult

Infield

10 1/2-11 1/2 inches

High School/Adult

Outfield

12-12 1/2 inches

 

Fit Tips

  • Youth and Beginner: Gloves that are too big allow "cheating," preventing beginners from developing and refining proper skills. Kids' gloves should not be bought to be grown into. The best way to learn the fundamentals of fielding and catching is by wearing a glove that fits well.
  • Kids 12 and Under: No larger than 12 inches. Kids 8 and older should try gloves in the 11s, while younger kids (especially if they are smaller) should consider gloves in 9 to 11 inch range.
  • Adolescent: Choose the lower end of the adult size range for your position.

RHLL is not responsible for any wrong purchases. We just provide this information to help those that don't know where to start.