Discount Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine
Rawlings pitching machines are now the hottest machines on the planet. High school, college and pro teams are lining up to order these machines! Manufactured entirely in the U.S.A. for Rawlings by Spinball Sports, the Rawlings Pro Line 2 Pitching Machine is an elite machine for elite players.
The brand new design of the Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel pitching machine makes it the best machine made for fielding practice. It has a swivel head that allows you to quickly pan the entire field and also tilt it higher or lower to shoot ground balls or launch towering fly balls or pop-ups. A "drive handle" makes covering the entire field for defensive drills a breeze. Shoot a pop-up to the catcher, followed by a grounder to third, followed by a line drive to first, followed by a fly ball to deep center field. Unlike other pitching machines, which require you to loosen and tighten several things, the drive handle allows coaches to shoot back to back to back balls anywhere they want on the field in rapid succession.
Pitch fastballs, curves, changeups, sliders, screwballs and even knuckleballs up to 100 MPH with this two wheel machine. Its unique, patented ball and socket adjustment clamp lets you change the horizontal, vertical and wheel angle with a single adjustment. The Pro Line 2 pitching machine is great for defensive drills, too, throwing grounders and towering fly balls.
Even better, the new Rawlings Pro Line 2 wheel pitching machine now has micro adjustment wheels, allowing you to easily change pitch location - high/low and inside/outside - with just a turn of a wheel. That's much easier than having to stop the machine and adjust the pitching machine head angle manually like you have to do with all other 2 wheel pitching machines.
The Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine doesn't just throw baseballs; it can throw 11" or 12" softballs, cricket balls, tennis balls or even lacrosse balls (real balls, lite balls or dimple balls). You can order one set of legs for either baseball or softball or both sets of legs for baseball AND softball. If you really want the most realistic baseball (or cricket) experience possible, choose the Adjustable Release Point (ARP) legs. They allow you to change the pitch release point from 50 to 80 inches.
Engineered with aerospace grade steel, the Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine is definitely the lightest 2 wheel pitching machine made. It only weighs 59 pounds - about half the weight of competitors' two wheel pitching machines and if you don't like carrying to the field, it has built-in transport wheels that you can use to roll it from place to place. Despite being comparatively light, it is super rugged and features an outstanding 5 Year Warranty. It is powered by any standard 110 volt electrical outlet.
Unlike pitching machines which use air filled tires, all Rawlings pitching machines use solid wheels with one inch thick urethane treads. Not only do they last longer than air filled tires, they pitch truer, always stay in balance and have a far shorter recovery time between pitches. Instead of having to wait 8 seconds between pitches like you do with other pitching machines, the Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine is ready for its next pitch in under 3 seconds.
Our discount Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine ships for free to the continental United States and it includes a laminated color chart to show you how to set the wheels to throw various pitches.
For the ultimate in convenience add a Rawlings Pro Line Automatic ball feeder so that you can practice solo!
PLEASE NOTE: Although the Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine can throw regulation baseballs or softballs, dimple balls pitch far more accurately and last practically forever. The pressure exerted from pitching machine tires is known to soften regulation balls and may eventually damage the covers of real balls - especially softballs, which have very thin covers. Real balls also create more wear and tear on pitching machine tires.
Check out the Rawlings Pro Line 2 Wheel Pitching Machine in action, below: