I recently got a call from a coach that asked me if I had any bad experiences last year with ROSIN BAGS.. or the material that’s in the bags. (sometimes what’s in a rosin bag is not necessarily rosin but some sort other product.)
Usually, there’s one pitcher … for some unknown reason, that’ll get a rash or some other skin irritation from the stuff .. but nothing serious. And that’s usually because of a combination of the sweat and the ROSIN material’s reaction on the skin.
Now I know many youngsters have no idea of what ROSIN is for, never mind it’s use, but for those of you .. most likely at the college level and the like, here is a simple way to see if your hand is going to have a reaction to this new material on the market.. or stuff like it. Lightly dust a very small amount on the back of forearm of your glove arm .. not your pitching arm. If you start to develop a small redness or irritation then that material is not for you.
Under “Baseball Equipment” on this web site, I’ll show you an option that’s a substitutes for ROSIN BAGS and there totally legal to use in any league sanctioned game.(NCAA included)