Over time, baseball and softball glove laces can become stretched, damaged, or even break. Stretched laces create larger and larger gaps between the fingers of the glove. Laces that are too loose, can, over time, actually result in deformation of the glove’s shape. Very large gaps can actually be dangerous as hard line drives can sometimes get through one of these gaps and can injure the player.

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