The TriplePlay Basic pitching machine throws RISERS, SINKERS, CURVES, DROP CURVES, SCREWBALLS and DROP SCREWBALLS at speeds from 30 to 65 MPH.

Visibility. The softball is visible from the time it leaves the feeder’s hand until it is pitched, unlike two-wheel pitching machines in which the ball is hidden by the throwing wheels before being pitched. This allows the hitter to more
naturally time the pitches.

Accuracy. TriplePlay Basic’s three-wheel pitching mechanism is more accurate than two wheels because more gripping surface is put on the ball.

Time. The three-wheel design requires significantly less movement of the throwing mechanism to produce different pitches than does a two-wheel machine, so changing pitches takes less time.

Versatile and Easy to Transport. TriplePlay Basic moves easily to the field for batting and fielding practice - both groundballs and flyballs. Just lay it down and use the built-in transport wheels to push it across the field.

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AC/DC Capability
If you play on a field without electric power the TriplePlay Basic’s DC capability means you won’t need a noisy generator. Just plug in the optional External HD Battery Pack and pitch for over four hours before recharging. The External
HD Battery Pack comes complete with its own internal battery charger that fully recharges the battery overnight.

TriplePlay Basic is backed by a three year warranty covering both parts and labor. Extended warranties available.


Type of balls 12" Low Seam Softballs
  12" Dimple or RIF Softballs
Pitch Speed 30 to 65 MPH
Ball Exit Height 27” above ground
Dimensions 34”H x 26”W x 23”D
Weight 102 pounds
Power 115V standard grounded outlet
  or Optional 12 VDC battery pack

Specifications subject to change without notice.


TriplePlay Basic Softball Machine $2,195 BUY
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