A Basic Batting Cage Frame But Good For Backyard or Teams On A Budget
A simple rib system, when sunk in ground to the 30” depths with the included ground sleeves… will perform for many seasons. 4 ribs will fit our 55’ batting cages and 5 ribs prevents sag in our 70’ versions.
Our Batting Cage Net – (55 or 70 ft length & 12 or 14 ft width)
Our Cable Kit - the cables, clamps & turnbuckles to hang your net
- 3- 3/8” x 6” galvanized turnbuckles - (for tightening cable net)
- 200 or 300 ft - 3/16” galvanized cable - (for 3 lengths of cable you run the length of your batting cage. top left, top right & the center to reduce net sag)
- 12 maleable galvanized cable clamps – (these go on the opposite cable
end from your turnbuckles)
- 64 -5/16” spring loaded, zinc coated snap clips - (for attaching a cage net to your cable system if you have a 55 ft batting cage)
- 72 -5/16” spring loaded, zinc coated snap clips - (for attaching a cage net to your cable system if you have a 70 ft. batting cage)
About Our Batting Cage Nets
Our nets are built to last and available in the two popular materials, nylon and polyethylene
(both are very good and recommended).
I Prefer our 14 ft widths with their matching 16 ft wide frames, especially for older larger players and where you will have both left and right handed hitters. The nets hang from the 3 long cables that run the length of the frame and connect to the net with our D Rings (also known as carabineers or snap hooks)… all these pieces are included in our cable kits.