Nothing beats the comfort and convenience of a product or service you want, right at your fingertips at home. This is one of the driving factors to why people install in-house gyms and offices. Athletes, too, have been building their own training facilities at home, in varying levels of quality, in order to improve and push their skills at their own convenience. For baseball and softball players, many feel they are limited from hitting practice unless they have the means to get to a field or access to commercial pitching machines. However, due to the growth of consumer batting cages, one can now install a state-of-the-art system right in the backyard. Read on to learn how installing a batting cage right at home can save time, money and drastically improve hitting skills.
Contrary to what some may assume, you don’t need a ton of space to install a baseball batting cage on your property. Batting cages come in a variety of sizes and shapes. There are batting cages designed to fit into the average sized backyard so that baseball loving families everywhere can enjoy their usage. Among the options are rectangular cages, radial cages and tent tops. An affordable backyard pitching machine complements the cage system and ensures rapid hitting skill development due to the convenience of having the ability to practice right from home. If you are tired of battling crowds at practice facilities, consider building your own batting cages right in your backyard. Continue reading
Kansas City, MO (MarketWire) December 8, 2011 – In today’s hyper competitive climate, wasting the baseball off-season is not recommended if players want to enter spring training on top of their game. Utilizing the winter months for indoor batting cage practice with pitching machines is a way to continually build hitting aptitude and stand apart from competitors once the first spring flower blooms.
It may be winter, but spring training is right around the corner. Due to the weather, full game-like practices may not be possible, however that doesn’t slow down the most dedicated baseball players from continuing to develop their skills. The baseball off season is perfect time for filling the holes on any batting swing issue. Continue reading
Kansas City, MO October 20, 2011 – Master Pitching Machine, the popular pitching machine company, has released a new article featuring rules for batting cages and pitching machines to help batters have fun and stay safe.
“Any player serious about improving his or her hitting needs to spend a lot of time in the batting cage,” said a Master Pitching Machine spokesperson. “Pitching machines provide an invaluable service but everyone who steps into the cage should know the rules so they or anyone else does not get hurt.”
Kansas City, Missouri September 30, 2011 – Master Pitching Machines, the world leader in the design and manufacturing of pitching machines and batting cages, has released some batting cage drills and games to help hitters improve their swing.
“These drills help young hitters put the hours in that are necessary to be a successful hitter,” said a Master Pitching Machine spokesperson. “The batting cage is fun and exciting and these games help to make time spent in the cage that much more beneficial.”