Baseball is only a second most popular sport in the US, next to football. Rawlings introduced to the market its most expensive and fanciest glove. The Rawlings Primo aims to offer players a comfortable feel while holding the ball. It is made of Italian leather of two layers that allows maximum movement capabilities and durability. Derek Jeter and A-Rod of the New York Yankees, Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals and Jose Reyes of the Crosstown Mets. Its remaining clients are horacio Ramirez of Seattle Mariners, Jake Peavy of Padres and Barry Zito of San Francisco Giants. "You get them to like the color and the feel and the weight of the glove," a former Dodger Ted Sizemore says. "A few start using it, and word of mouth spreads." Rawlings is so far the fanciest gloves to be made, but failed to persuade the players to switch. And as a former player, Seizemore understands his fellow players. "It's very hard to get a player to change from something he really loves," he adds. Rawlings is now in its 120th year as a supplier of baseball equipment. Its first ever glove was introduced in 1920, which features laces between the thumb and forefinger.