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Baden Featherlite Training Baseballs – 1 Dozen

One Dozen

SKU: SBBR

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Hit as hard as you can without running down fly balls.

The patented seams and lighter weight allow players to train with more reps without causing major wear and tear to their body.

Features:

  • Limited-flight lightweight pitching machine baseball.
  • Genuine baseball look trains your eye for the real pitch.
  • Patented inset seams protect seam color from wearing off.
  • Great for training and youth.
  • Size 9″
  • Weight: 1.5 oz.
  • Sold in dozens.

Details

Play: Indoor/Outdoor
Specialty: Training, Practice
Series: Featherlite

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Hit as hard as you can without running down fly balls.

The patented seams and lighter weight allow players to train with more reps without causing major wear and tear to their body.

Features:

  • Limited-flight lightweight pitching machine baseball.
  • Genuine baseball look trains your eye for the real pitch.
  • Patented inset seams protect seam color from wearing off.
  • Great for training and youth.
  • Size 9″
  • Weight: 1.5 oz.
  • Sold in dozens.

Details

Play: Indoor/Outdoor
Specialty: Training, Practice
Series: Featherlite

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

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FAQ's

How do I know what type of balls to use with my pitching machine?