Recalls: Baseball/Softball Accessories

July 6, 2011
Mizuno USA Inc. Recalls Baseball and Softball Gloves Due to Presence of Mold
The recalled items are leather Mizuno baseball and softball gloves. The gloves have a sewn-in white label on the heel of the glove with the words “Made in Vietnam” and the model number. Supreme Series gloves affected are further identified by the date code imprinted on the heel of the glove near the thumb opening. The following models are affected by this recall:
November 27, 2007
"Power Bolt" Pitchbacks Sold at Dick's Sporting Goods Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard
This recall involves the Power Bolt Y-Frame Pitchback and Y-Frame Ultimate Pitchback. The products’ Y-shaped metal frames have attached netting which will return a thrown ball to the user. The upper portion of the frame is adjustable to allow a variety of rebound angles.
January 19, 2006
Mizuno USA, Inc. Recalls "Gamer" Baseball Gloves Due to Chance of Infection in At-Risk Consumers
The recall includes all Mizuno "Gamer" baseball gloves. These gloves have the word "Gamer" printed on the palm of the gloves.
May 20, 1999
Softball Bats Recalled by Rawlings Sporting Goods
April 27, 1998
Baseball and Softball Training Aids Recalled by Schutt Manufacturing
June 26, 1996
Baseball Catchers' Helmet Faceguard Recalled by Irwin Sports
February 9, 1989
Franklin Sports Recalls Baseball, Soccer Training Sets
April 14, 1978
Baseball Pitching Machines Warning
July 21, 1977
Automatic Baseball Pitching Machines Warning
June 7, 1977
Aluminum Bats Recalled by King Athletic Goods