MLB Yankees glove Statue of Liberty will be worn by Harrison Bader

Harrison Bader finally he first appeared as a member of New York Yankees. The reinforcement he had not been able to play with his new team due to injury. Now, to his credit, Bader will be jumping onto the MLB field with gloves in honor of the Statue of Liberty.

ESPN’s Marley Rivera shared a photo on social media that has caught the attention of fans because it is the glove that Harrison Bader will be wearing as a member of the New York Yankees.

The Bronx team booster “showed off” a glove in blue and gold that features an image of the Statue of Liberty, the logo of the “Big Apple,” the home of his new team. Here we share them.

Harrison Bader came to the New York Yankees as part of a trade with the St. Louis Cardinals, who welcomed Jordan Montgomery. Bader had been unable to make his debut in the Bronx due to injury.


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