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Category Archives: Pitching Machines

Ball Feeder for ATEC Casey Pro 3G (Discontinued Model)

Hi, I have an older model ATEC Casey Pro 3G Baseball pitching machineand was looking for a feeder that would be compatible. Is that something you guys sell? Thanks, Trevor ————————————————— Hi Trevor, All the new ATEC M2 feeders are still compatible with the previous models. So yes, their feeder will work with the older […]

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Replacing Pitching Machine

Hi, We have some older model pitching machines that haven’t been working properly. Do you guys service pitching machines? We tried to contact the original manufacturer but it doesn’t look like they’re in business any longer. Patricia ————————————————— Hi Patricia, Thank you for contacting us about your pitching machines. Unfortunately, we don’t service pitching machines. […]

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Commercial v. Residential Pitching Machines

COMMERCIAL USE Pitching machines for commercial use should focus on durability for prolonged daily use and allow for large ball hoppers to increase the number of balls that can be thrown per session (hopper size).  The large hopper machines typically have the arm style throwing mechanism that only allows for fastballs to be thrown but […]

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Choosing a Pitching Machine

Now that you’ve decided to purchase a pitching machine.  This info will help to determine which option would work best for your needs. Pitching Machines can be a very important part of a coaches or parents’ practice with their players or children.  Choosing a machine is no easy task, this info is provided to assist […]


Wheel vs Arm-Action Pitching Machines

Iron Mike Arm Throwing Machines Jugs Wheel Machines This is the style by which the machine throws the balls. “Wheel design” machines either uses 1, 2, or 3 spinning wheels to propel the ball. Generally the more wheels, the wider variety of pitches that machine can throw, such as curves, sliders, forkballs etc. “Arm-action” machines […]

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