Jewelry is coming to high school baseball in 2023

Schmuck is coming to high school baseball in 2023, which means players will copy their professional counterparts according to the National Federation of State High School Assns baseball rules committee. the ban on jewelry will be lifted from next year.

So it can be common for pitchers to wear gold chains to hold on to after strikeouts, or hitters to go into the batter’s box with earrings and necklaces.

“They’re going to try to emulate the pros,” said Aiden Aguayo, La Mirada runner-up.

Most jewelry is allowed, but the Rules Committee determined that any jewelry worn that causes harm or injury to another player should be removed.

Trainers may also wear jewelry.

JSerra trainer Brett Kay said his star pitcher Matt Champion should be among the first to showcase his jewelry collection with a flair for gold chains.

El Camino Real All-City pitcher Oscar Lopez said he will consider releasing his chain collection.

“I have some chains,” he said. “Maybe I have some fashion out there. Maybe not. I think it’s a big role for the players. They like the fashion, they like the jewellery.”

Of course, some coaches can still ban their players from wearing jewelry. But most are expected to make a fashion statement as long as they don’t lose focus or change the team aspect of baseball.

“It brings out a little bit of swag in the players,” Lopez said.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/story/2022-07-11/chains-earrings-necklaces-coming-to-high-school-baseball-in-2023 Jewelry is coming to high school baseball in 2023

Emma Bowman

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