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Iron Mike Pitching Machine

C-82

SKU: C-82

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$2,100.00$2,490.00

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Why Choose An Arm-Style Pitching Machine?

Hitting is all about timing. You must have the proper timing to know when to start your swing and when to shift your weight. This is achieved by watching the pitcher’s arm and release of the ball. An arm-style pitching machine is the only type of pitching machine that gives you that same sense of timing. With each pitch you see the machine’s arm wind up and release the ball. It is the realistic nature of the machine that allows you to practice the same fundamentals in the batting cages as you use on the field. Because of this, the Iron Mike arm-style pitching machines from Master Pitching Machine are the favorite machines of professional players and coaches worldwide.

Compact, Inexpensive Trainer for the kids

Here are the reasons why

  • Designed for on-field or backyard practice
  • Ball rack fed – 25 baseball or 20 softball capacity
  • Will throw baseballs, softballs, and polyballs
  • 2-wheel system for quick, easy moving
  • Lockable arm guard cover
  • Electrically powered – 115 volt A.C. motor
  • Throws 20-60 mph

Not recommended for high school baseball or fast pitch softball programs.

Training machines are equipped with a remote control for batting training purposes. They are not equipped with the proper control to make them suitable for commercial batting cage use in which the general public has access to the equipment.

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FAQ's

What’s the difference between “arm” or “wheel” machines?

Are there cons to using arm machines?

Are wheel machines good for practicing timing?

What else should I look for in a machine?

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

Where do your machines ship from?

Are your machines in stock?

How much is shipping?

Why Choose An Arm-Style Pitching Machine?

Hitting is all about timing. You must have the proper timing to know when to start your swing and when to shift your weight. This is achieved by watching the pitcher’s arm and release of the ball. An arm-style pitching machine is the only type of pitching machine that gives you that same sense of timing. With each pitch you see the machine’s arm wind up and release the ball. It is the realistic nature of the machine that allows you to practice the same fundamentals in the batting cages as you use on the field. Because of this, the Iron Mike arm-style pitching machines from Master Pitching Machine are the favorite machines of professional players and coaches worldwide.

Compact, Inexpensive Trainer for the kids

Here are the reasons why

  • Designed for on-field or backyard practice
  • Ball rack fed – 25 baseball or 20 softball capacity
  • Will throw baseballs, softballs, and polyballs
  • 2-wheel system for quick, easy moving
  • Lockable arm guard cover
  • Electrically powered – 115 volt A.C. motor
  • Throws 20-60 mph

Not recommended for high school baseball or fast pitch softball programs.

Training machines are equipped with a remote control for batting training purposes. They are not equipped with the proper control to make them suitable for commercial batting cage use in which the general public has access to the equipment.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Iron Mike Pitching Machine”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

FAQ's

What’s the difference between “arm” or “wheel” machines?

Are there cons to using arm machines?

Are wheel machines good for practicing timing?

What else should I look for in a machine?

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

Where do your machines ship from?

Are your machines in stock?

How much is shipping?