Egypt around 3000 BC
people used their hands and often broke them before the glove was invented The players used their bare hands to catch or knock down the ball. The first players to use baseball gloves were often taunted and teased as being "too soft" or "sissies" because they did not want to catch the ball with their bare hands.
The first baseball gloves were used in the 1870s. The basic idea was to create a glove that would pad and protect the players' hands and provide a cushion for catching the ball. Surprisingly, the first gloves were designed so the player could knock the ball to the ground and not necessarily catch it.
History's first baseball gloves were made from pieces of leather sewn together to fit over a player's hand. Many early baseball gloves were simple leather gloves with the fingertips cut off, supposedly to allow for the same control of a bare hand, but with extra padding. The adoption of the baseball glove by baseball star Albert Spalding when he began playing first base influenced more infielders to begin using gloves. By the mid 1890s, it was the norm for players to wear gloves in the field.
Below I will leave a link to a page about Vintage baseball equipment.
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We do not know who made the first hockey stick, as hockey in various forms has been played for centuries and the first players did not keep records of their games or equipment.
In the real world, the word 'weight' is commonly wrongly used interchangably with 'mass' as both are measured in kilograms. The formula is Force (weight in this case) = Mass x Acceleration. Force is measured in Newtons (N). Mass - the amount of substance - is measured in Kilograms (Kg) and Acceleration - rate of change of speed - is measured in m/s/s. F=ma, therefore weight increases with mass along with acceleration. However, returning to its scientific definition, weight is 'the force with which a body is attracted to Earth or another celestial body, equal to the product of the object's mass and the acceleration of gravity.'(dictionary.com) The direct answer to the question is thus weight=force and they increase proportionately in a 1:1 ratio. so it does that GET IT!!!!