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Trend Sports Heater Combo Pitching Machine

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Description

The Heater Combo pitching machine is an affordable machine that throws both baseballs and softballs. It helps improve your hitting and develop muscle memory. It is also great for fielding drills or catcher's drills.

  • 12 second automatic ball feeder
  • Durable 10 inch air filled tire
  • variable speed control from 20 - 60 MPH
  • Pitches baseballs and 11" & 12" softballs

Specifications

  • Item #: 1386
  • SKU: HTR599ABF
  • Brand: Trend Sports
  • Shipping Class Size: Drop Ship

Customer Reviews

1 Reviews
Average Rating: 4 Out Of 5
4 Star Rating
Posted By Paul
June 11, 2012
4 Star Rating
This is the first machine I've seen that pops the ball up that high, this is asmwoee. Everyone that plays slowpitch knows that the super high pitches that just drop behind the plate are the toughest to hit. Thanks guys.
Pros: This is the first machine I've seen that pops the ball up that high, this is asmwoee. Everyone that plays slowpitch knows that the super high pitches that just drop behind the plate are the toughest to hit. Thanks guys.
Cons: This is the first machine I've seen that pops the ball up that high, this is asmwoee. Everyone that plays slowpitch knows that the super high pitches that just drop behind the plate are the toughest to hit. Thanks guys.
Bottom Line: I would recommend to a friend
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