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Ball glove having openings and improved weight balance

Image Number 14 for United States Patent #7111326.

A ball glove including a front glove portion, a back glove portion and a webbing. The back glove portion is coupled to the front glove portion to define a hand cavity and to form first, second, third and fourth finger stalls and a thumb stall. Each finger stall includes a distal region and a proximal region. At least one through-stall opening is formed into the distal region of at least one of the finger stalls. The through-stall opening having a size of at least 0.25 square inches. The webbing is coupled to, and positioned between, the first finger stall and the thumb stall.

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