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Pitching Machine Comparison - Rawlings Pro Line 3 vs. Hack Attack

Posted by Scott McKirahan on 5/23/2017 to Baseball Equipment

Boxing gloves meetA customer recently Emailed, asking if there was any difference between the Hack Attack and the Rawlings Pro Line 3 Wheel pitching machines. There are definitely differences and some of them are pretty major!

Choosing the Best Batting Cage

Posted by Scott McKirahan on 3/14/2015 to Baseball Equipment

Discount Batting CageI field a LOT of phone calls for the Pitching Machine Stop website. Granted, most of those calls are from parents trying to figure what the best pitching machine is for their child but the thing asked about next-most is a home batting cage. Here are the basic differences between Heater Sports batting cages ...

Pitching Machine Speed - It is the Least Important Thing!

Posted by Scott McKirahan on 1/17/2015 to Baseball Equipment

Blazing fastballI field a lot of phone calls from people who are confused over which pitching machine to buy. Although price is probably the first thing people ask about, not far behind is the question, "How fast will it pitch?" This is usually a totally unimportant question. Here's why ...

Essential Baseball Gear for Fall Ball

Posted by Scott McKirahan on 10/18/2014 to Baseball Equipment

Playing Baseball in the cold with gloves onAnyone who has ever played fall ball - especially up North - can tell you that there are going to be some games where it is incredibly cold. Find out what the best gear is for playing baseball in the cold ...

Using Kinetic Bands for Baseball Training

Posted by Scott McKirahan on 6/7/2014 to Baseball Equipment

Kinetic BandsKinetic bands have become very popular in recent years in a variety of sports. They allow athletes to strengthen muscles that are used in motions that are specific to their sports. There are various different ways the resistance bands can be used in baseball to improve speed, hitting, pitching and hitting. Here are a few drills you can use to improve your baseball muscles:

Metal or Wood Bat? Let History Help You Decide!

Posted by Scott McKirahan on 3/15/2014 to Baseball Equipment

Ted Williams, Thomas Edison and Baseball Bats

Now that the BBCOR rules have changed the way metal bats can be made, many kids are switching to real lumber - that's what the pro's use, after all! Other young ballplayers just aren't so sure. They may have been using a metal bat for years and are hesitant to try anything "new."