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Whether you are a pure retail store, a training facility, or a complex with a store, Valle Pro Gloves is the name that fits. We have a premier line of baseball gloves that grows every year. Some quick benefits about dealing with Valle Pro Baseball Gloves:

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Valle Pro Premium Baseball Gloves

Valle Baseball has over 30 years of professional baseball experience!


John Valle played professional baseball for 13 years. Drafted in the second round of the June draft in 1972 by the Detroit Tigers, John began his professional career under the teaching and managing of Jim Leyland. He played 6 years for the Detroit organization, making the All Star team twice. Along with Detroit, he played with the Cincinnati Reds and Baltimore Oriole organizations. Most recently, he played with the Rochester Red Wings, making the All Star team in 1980 and played alongside Cal Ripken in 1981. John is currently a Professional Instructor and Associate Scout for the NY Mets.

Dave Valle is in his ninth season as a Mariners color analyst in 2005. The former Seattle catcher spent nine seasons behind the plate for the Mariners and brings 20 years of baseball experience.
Valle played for four teams in his 13-year Major League career, including the Mariners (1984-93), Boston (1994), Milwaukee (1994) and Texas (1995-96). He finished with a .237 lifetime batting average, 77 HR and 350 RBI. In 1990 Valle led American League catchers with a .997 fielding percentage in 677 total chances.