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60 ft Backyard Batting Cage (L-Screen, #21 Netting & Frame Kit) – YardCage Model


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The 60′ backyard batting cage is probably the best bang for your buck. You have plenty of room and it will work for all ages, T-ball through college.
Approximate weight and size of box: 100 pounds, 42″ x 17″ x 17″ (LxWxH).


  • Easy and quick to assemble
  • Portable, durable, and safe
  • May be used indoors or outdoors
  • Flexible in size – may leave out a section to make it shorter
  • Fits uneven ground and may be adjusted for odd shaped yards
  • Passes strict homeowner’s CC&R’s
  • One year money back guarantee
  • Perfect for backyard cages

What you get:

  • #21 gauge netting, breaking strength 200 lbs per strand, 800 lbs per mesh
  • Connectors for frame
  • Complete L-Screen, including L-screen poles.

Cage Size:

  • The width is 14′ at the base, and tapers to 10’W at the top
  • The height is slightly less than 10’H

What you need to buy at your hardware store:

You will need (33) 10′ poles for the frame

Everything is included except the 10′ poles needed for the frame. The poles are 3/4″ electrical conduit, steel galvanized pipe (EMT), and are readily available in stores such as Home Depot or Lowes. The trade name for these poles is “thin wall”. They are in the “electrical conduit” aisle.


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