Open-access, stadium-style wooden baseball lockers give players of all leagues plenty of room to store their equipment and uniforms. They offer more space than competing metal lockers and most wooden lockers. They rival practically every type of locker in the organizational options they give baseball players. Every piece of clothing and equipment can be stored in a special place where it can be instantly retrieved at a moment’s notice.
Each wood, stadium locker is divided into five storage sections. The first of these sections is a shelf area on the very top of the structure. This shelf is the perfect place for the player to store a batting helmet. Other items, such as a spare pair of shoes, an extra glove, and practice baseballs can also be kept here.
The next section of the baseball locker is actually two storage areas that are built side-by-side. On the left, we have a security box with a built in lock. This security box is very important. It provides the player with a secure location to store valuables during practices and games.
Next to the security box is a cubby storage area of approximately the same length, height, and depth as the security locker. This is the best place to store a first baseman’s mitt. Other players store their baseball gloves here, along with wrist guards, practice balls, and containers for water.
The primary storage area is the large middle section that constitutes the majority of the volume of the baseball locker. Whoever conceived this area thought of everything when they drafted its design. It is the ideal place to store both clothing and equipment.
On the left top wall of the middle section is a coat hook that is the ideal place to hang a baseball cap. There is also a coat rod that stretches from one side of the locker to the other across the top. This provides a player with plenty of room to hang several practice jerseys and pants, along with the official game uniform.
This middle section of the baseball locker is much like a doorless closet in this sense. A baseball bat can be leaned against the back corner. This area is also where catches store much, if not all, of their specialized gear. Chest protectors, knee savers, mitts, shin guards, and protective gloves are stored here. Some catchers also store their mask here, while others prefer to keep it on the top shelf so they can reach up and retrieve after they put on the rest of their gear.
The bottom of the baseball locker is a foot locker with a closing door. This large bottom section provides a place for the player to store several pair of cleats and socks. It also double functions as a small bench. The player can retrieve socks and shoes from this area, and then turn around, sit down, and put them on.
This feature is very valuable to smaller baseball teams who may not have the budget for fancy locker room benches.
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