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What Ball Should I Use With My Pitching Machine?

Pitching Machine Balls: Regulation size pitching machine balls are designed to deliver a very constant pitch and have better wear factors than any other type of ball when used in pitching machines. Unique Sports carries a full line of pitching machine balls to cover every need for indoor and outdoor use.
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Why Should I Buy A JUGS Pitching Machine?

If you do research on pitching machines you are going to quickly notice that JUGS is not the cheapest machine out there. This often brings up the question, “Why should I spend the extra money to buy a JUGS machine?” You need to understand why JUGS machines are more expensive in order to make the decision if a JUGS machine is right for you. Part of the reason they are more expensive is their prestigious history. Below is a little bit of the JUGS history.
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Choosing a Baseball Batting Glove

Choosing a baseball glove can be a daunting task. The glove must not only fit well, but also be functional for the position it is going to be used for.
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Effective Baseball & Softball Pitching

In the sport of baseball, there is so much more to pitching than just throwing a ball to the batter. A lot of behind-the-scenes planning and practicing their craft must happen for a pitcher to become effective.
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How Much Should I Spend On A Pitching Machine?

How much money should I spend on my pitching machine? There are quite a few different pitching machine models and they come at quite a wide price range. Pitching machines can range from $200 to $2,500. Machines favored by coaches and youth programs generally start over $500 and represent a significant investment.
Baseball's Timeless Tips

Baseball's Timeless Tips

As a a former MLB catcher, Jim Hibbs knows a thing or two about pitchers. He understands what makes a good pitcher and what it takes to be a GREAT pitcher. He has been around and caught for some of the great players in the game. He has written two books and helped countless players improve. His passion is baseball. His mission is to share what he has learned over several decades of his involvement with baseball played at all levels.
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