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BP3 Baseball Pitching Machine with Changeup Feature

SKU: M1030

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This is as close as a machine can get to a live pitcher—A state-of-the-art 3-wheel machine that can go from fastballs to changeups without the hitter knowing it, throws 9 different pitches.

CHANGE FROM FASTBALL TO CHANGEUP AT THE TOUCH OF A BUTTON

Throws changeups using the remote control on key chain or manual button located on control panel.

40-90 MPH SPEED RANGE

The BP3 has a large 3″ LCD display. You to set the digital speed you desire by simply turning a knob.

HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL MICRO-ADJUSTMENT

Pinpoint control at your fingertips—the most advanced and easy to use pitch targeting system ever developed for a pitching machine (patent pending.)

Fastball/Changeup Hitting Circuit: 3 preset hitting circuits allows the machine to automatically change between fastball and changeup giving your hitters a “real” pitcher vs. hitter experience.

Throws these ball types: Throws baseballs, the JUGS Pearl, JUGS Sting-Free® baseballs—dimpled and seam, JUGS Lite-Flite and SOFTIE baseballs, and JUGS BULLDOG baseballs.

Select-A-Pitch Dial. The BP®3 throws the following nine pitches:

Fastballs and changeups, right and left-handed curveballs and sliders, right and left-handed cutters and split-finger fastballs.

FEATURES A REALISTIC 64” DELIVERY HEIGHT

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