Batting Cage Frames
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Batting Cage Frame | Basic & Well Built | For Indoor & Outdoor$850.00 – $1,070.00 Select options
Our Most Popular Pro Batting Cage Frame Fits 12′ & 14′ Wide Nets$1,359.00 – $1,838.00 Select options
Our Best Pro Batting Cage Frame | The New Cantilever Style Fits 55′ & 70′ Nets$2,990.00 – $3,690.00 Select options
Not All Batting Cage Nets Are The Same
Like anything else, batting cage frames have differences in type, grade & strength too. Frankly, unspecific standards make it more difficult than it should be.
All our batting cage frames can hang all standard batting cage net sizes which generally are 12 ft. high x 55 or 70 ft. long and either 12 or 14 ft wide. (call us with odd size needs.)
Frame-only purchases are for those who already have a batting cage net and are either for permanent or semi-permanent installations.
Batting Cage Frame Choices
We carry 3 styles of pro batting cage frames & batting cage frame kits and only a couple variations on those styles. The reasoning is based on over 20 years of working with our buyers and reflects what they have taught us. We’ve determined what works, what lasts, and what retains value… not to mention what is not a nightmare to install or remove.
Good | Better | Best/Pro Models
Our good frames are a bit lighter-weight steel and use a hanger system to hold the main net. Buy here if this is what your budget says to do! You won’t go wrong.
Our better frames are an awesome workhorse system that has been our #1 system for schools and tournament ballparks. A truly solid batting cage frame kit that’s ready to accept your net. I do suggest that you add our batting cage cable hanging kit with this purchase… you’ll save a bunch of sweat & gas & likely won’t save enough to amount to any savings. Besides, you’ll have a perfectly rectangular batting cage forever.
Our best frames are exactly that. This is the new cantilever style that includes an ingenious winch-winding system to raise and lower your batting cage net quickly and as frequently as you’d like.
A Somewhat Summary
I promise that your hitters will not improve nor will they develop unfound love for this game dependant on batting cage material. The best thing you are doing is giving ballplayers the chance to swing and swing some more and that, is your best decision; the rest is simply buying what your budget says knowing that when in doubt, choose a shorter cage with a heavier net, not the opposite. Other than that and with this knowledge, purchase what feels like the right call… I can tell you that you are buying good stuff here.
Make life easy on yourself. Buy good stuff!
Have a great season!