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Monday, August 4, 2008

Finally....Affordable Pitching Machines

The new Heater product line-up by Trend Sports makes it possible for everyone to have a batting cage and pitching machine in their own backyard! Their product line-up includes 3 different types of pitching machine lines and many different options for your very own Home Batting Cage with sizes ranging from 12' long all the way out to 72' long so you can find a package that meets your family's budget and needs.

Finally......someone has come out with an affordable line of pitching machines. Thanks to Trend Sports, makers of the Heater brand of pitching machines, nearly everyone can afford to have some type of batting cage setup in their backyard. This will allow your child to get the most practice possible which will also give he or she the best chance at succeeding as a hitter.

The new Heater pitching machine line is made up of 3 types of pitching machines- Each having their own features. The 3 categories are as follows.

Heater Mini Lite Ball Pitching Machines: These machines throw the golf ball sized wiffles and foam balls, thus their name. You do not need a batting cage to use this type machine and it is excellent for indoors. These machines rapidly increase eye-hand coordination. They are also very affordable. The following link will let you see the 2 different machines offered in this category.

Heater Lite Baseball Pitching Machines: These machines throw Lite Balls that are the same size as regular pitching machines balls but are made of a softer material. They are made of a foam type material like safety balls. These machines are perfect for players who are just starting out and tend to be afraid of the ball at times. The following link will let you take a look at these 3 pitching machines.

Heater Real Ball Pitching Machines: These machines throw real baseball and softballs along with pitching machine balls. They also throw the Lite Balls. We have 3 options in this category: baseball, softball, and combo machines.
To view the Baseball Machines, go to
There is only 1 offering in a true Softball machine and it can be viewed at
You also have the option to choose a Combo Machine. These machines are great if you have baseball and softball players in the family. Please check them out at

There is also a full line of Heater batting cages to go along with these pitching machines to enable you to create your very own backyard batting cage. You can view some of these packages at

We are very excited about having the oppurtunity to provide most every baseball or softball family in America with an some type of affordable pitching machine and even possibly a batting cage.

Thanks for your time, Nick.

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