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  1. There's a Facebook discussion going on in an umpire page that has me completely baffled! It's a photo of an enthusiastic umpire jumping in the air, ....it appears while calling a strike three. Someone commented on how stupid it looked (true) but also said, .... "no plate shoes, and only one ball bag, what level league is this?" And then the discussion/argument started. Higher levels of baseball should have plate umpires using 2 ball-bags .....was basically the gist ..... I'm leaving my opinion out for a while, but ..... what say you? Should you be wearing 2 ball-bags at higher levels? Does it matter? Go ........
  2. Anyone with a pair of the older black +POS Ball Bags that has the logo on them looking to move them?
  3. 3 inside pockets for indicator, brush or walletLightweight, durable poly blend fabricDouble stitching for better qualitySize: 12 " width x 11 " height (top of loops to bottom of bag)2 belt loops / fits on umpire beltsAvailable in black, navy, heather grey (light) and charcoal grey (dark)
  4. At a full 12 inches across, the XL Ultimate is the largest ball bag on the market, capable of holding more balls, while the wider opening provides easier access. The interior of the XL Ultimate is also completely lined with waterproof material- even inside the belt loops- to keep balls dry on the hottest days, when perspiration becomes more of an issue, as well as in inclement weather. XL Size: 12" wide x 13" high, including belt loopsInterior pockets for plate brush, indicator and pencilConstructed of durable, fade-resistant material to hold up season after seasonInnovative zippered compartment on the back to store your keys, wallet, watch, bandages, etc. - no more bulging pockets or lost keysTapered belt loop design allows for easier hand access without bunching up on the belt.Available in black and navySold as single bag, not a pairThis Ump Attire product is manufactured in the U.S.A. Ump-Attire products are designed, made, distributed and owned by Custom Officials Wear, which is owned by Beulah Hester. These products are not made by Ump-Attire.com. Ump-Attire.com, while not manufacturing any products itself, currently serves as the exclusive online retailer of Ump-Attire brand products. This product is available from Ump-Attire.com.
  5. The exclusive Ump Attire Ultimate Ball Bag is the only bag available with an innovative zippered compartment on the back, to safely store your keys, wallet or other items while you're on the field. Developed with input from professional umpires, the Ultimate also features a waterproof layer between you and the ball pocket to keep balls dry during inclement weather and on hotter days when perspiration becomes an issue. Interior pockets for plate brush, indicator and pencilConstructed of durable, fade resistant materialInnovative zippered compartment on the backAvailable in black, navy and grey12 3/4" tall x 10 1/2" wide and holds up to 6 baseballs and 3 softballsSold as a single bagThis Ump Attire product is manufactured in the U.S.A. Ump-Attire products are designed, made, distributed and owned by Custom Officials Wear, which is owned by Beulah Hester. These products are not made by Ump-Attire.com. Ump-Attire.com, while not manufacturing any products itself, currently serves as the exclusive online retailer of Ump-Attire brand products. This product is available at Ump-Attire.com.
  6. Just when I thought I may have actually succeeded in finding the ever elusive +POS Ball Bag, the deal fell through. So I thought I would give it another shot. Okay, here's a stretch. I am in search of a pair of black +POS ball bags with the +pos logo on the bag. I have used several other ballbags made by other manufactures but i always seem to fall back to the +POS bags. +Pos still has them on their website but unfortunately they also changed the thickness of the material. Thanks ....
  7. Okay, here's a stretch. I am in search of a pair of black +POS ball bags with the +pos logo on the bag. I have used several other ball bags made by other manufactures but i always seem to fall back to the +POS bags. +Pos still has them on their website but unfortunately they also changed the thickness of the material. Thanks ....
  8. How do you get dressed for a plate job? Post the order you get dressed in and any superstitions you may have as far as getting dressed (I.E. left/right shoe first) 1.) Compression shorts 2.) Nutty Buddy 3.) Under armor Jock (The one that comes with the nutty buddy I don't like as much as my under armor jock) 4.) Compression Tights (Runners Leggings, whatever you want to call them) 5.) COTTON black crew length socks (Cotton gives better grip to the ankle straps on shin guards to keep them from spinning) 6.) Honigs Poly Wool Plate Pants (Pants unzipped with inner retainer button fastened, outside fasteners undone until shirt is on) 7.) Reebok Field Magistrate Mid Cut Plate Shoes 8.) Boston Patent Leather Belt (leaving belt unbuckled until uniform shirt and chest protector are on) with Honigs Ball Bags (Left and Right Ball Bag) 9.) Honigs k2010-17 shin guards over the tongue of the plate shoes and obviously under my plate pants, ankle plates removed (And if you must know, I put my left shin guard on first, superstitious) 10.) Undershirt (Color of undershirt depending on color of uniform shirt i am wearing that day obviously) 11.) Wilson Gold Chest Protector/ Wilson Platinum Chest protector depending on my mood for the day (Both With Delta Flex Harness and "Peck Pads" removed on the gold) 12.) Uniform shirt 13.) Zip and fasten pants 14.) Buckle Belt 15.) Put plate brush in back right pocket (of my pants, can't stand digging in ball bags for anything but baseballs) 16.) Indicator in Front Left Pocket 17.) Pen in front right pocket (I've kept them in shirt pockets before, a couple foul balls and ruined shirts later I've learned to keep it in my pants pocket) 18.) Walk to field with Wilson Shock FX Titanium in left hand.
  9. I have a pair for the Dry-Lo Ball Bags which I really like. They were black. But over time they are now getting to be a bit purplish. Has anyone ever tried to use fabric dye on ball bags. I am kinda leary that it could bleed through the pants. I just ordered 2 more Dry-lo bags but would like to keep the others for spare.
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