Player who takes position to hit the ball; the batter grasps the handle of the bat.
Colored sock whose lower extremity is an elastic that passes beneath the foot; it is usually worn over a white sock.
Relatively tight-fitting stretchy garment with short or long sleeves that players wear under the team shirt.
Footwear whose sole contains small spikes to provide good traction.
Flexible stretchy garment covering the lower body from the waist to the shins or ankles.
Piece of wood that the batter uses to hit the ball; its maximum length is 42 inches.
Piece of leather covering the hand and wrist; it is designed to give the batter a good grip on the bat.
Flexible garment covering the upper body; it features the team emblem and the player’s name and number.
Rigid piece of equipment for protecting the head from the ball’s impact; it has side protection for the ears and temples.
Piece of equipment made of hard molded plastic that protects the ankle and shin from impact when the ball ricochets off the bat.