Discount Spinball Sports Automatic Ball Feeder
Yeah, we know. The Spinball automatic ball feeder is more expensive than the ones made by other companies. There's a good reason for that, though. Not only does it hold twice as many balls as other companies' ball feeders, but it comes with a remote control. Not only that, its revolutionary design is far advanced from the typical ball ramp design of other feeders. The turret-like feeding system ensures that balls don't get stuck - especially balls with seams - like happens with other feeders.
Made specifically for the Spinball Wizard pitching machines, the Spinball Automatic Ball Feeder allows you to practice solo without needing anyone to feed balls into the pitching machine one at a time. Please note that it will only work with Rawlings Pro Line or Spinball Wizard pitching machines and is not intended or warrantied for any other purpose.
The Spinball Sports Automatic Ball Feeder is a better ball feeder than you get with competitors' products. It holds more balls (35 baseballs or 29 softballs) and includes a remote control - something you have to pay extra for with other auto feeders. The feed time is set at 6 seconds, giving hitters time to get set for the next pitch but not so much time that they feel like they are waiting forever for the next pitch.
It can hold real or dimple baseballs and/or 11" or 12" softballs, depending on the model you select. It is also backed by an unheard of 5 Year Manufacturer's Warranty. Please be sure to protect your investment with a pitching machine screen, though!
Not only for hitting, the Spinball Auto Feeder is great for ground ball practice, too! (Please note that it cannot feed balls uphill, so it cannot be used for auto feeding fly balls, pop-ups or slow pitch softball.)
IMPORTANT: Please be careful to select the correct pitching machine auto feeder when placing your order (2 wheel or 3 wheel) and whether you want it to be able to feed baseballs, softballs (or both) and whether you need one for a machine with XL legs.
Check out the manufacturer's video of the Rawlings Pro Line Automatic Ball Feeder, below. The Spinball Feeder is exactly the same, except that it is green and has a Spinball logo: