Better Complete Baseball Batting Cages
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Our Better Complete Pro 55′ Batting Cage Frame & 55’L x 12’W X 12’H Poly Net$1,628.00 – $1,818.00 Select options
Our Better Complete Pro 55′ Batting Cage Frame & 55’L x 12’W X 12’H Nylon Net$1,749.00 – $1,909.00 Select options
Our Better Complete Pro Batting Cage Frame & 70’L x 12’W X 12’H Poly Net$2,038.00 – $2,248.00 Select options
Our Better Complete Pro 70′ Batting Cage Frame & 70’L x 14’W X 12’H Poly Net$2,058.00 – $2,318.00 Select options
Our Better Complete Pro Batting Cage Frame & 70’L x 12’W X 12’H Nylon Net$2,149.00 – $2,334.00 Select options
Our Better Complete Pro 70′ Batting Cage Frame & 70’L x 14’W X 12’H Nylon Net$2,190.00 – $2,389.00 Select options
Our Most Popular Better Baseball Batting Cages!
They feature a pro-quality batting cage frame that’s installed with minimal tools and fits all common choices of batting cage net lengths, widths & strengths.
Choose our 55′ or 70′ length pro length frame and allow 15.5 ft in total width then add your matching net.
Choose our 12′ width youth net or our more popular 14′ width batting cage nets so that your bigger and adult batters will avoid hitting the side of the batting cage net.
Our better baseball batting cages frames are built from rust-resistant heavy wall galvanized steel and can tie any of the nets you purchase in your package. The extra angled steel which supports the end frame ribs allow you to need one less set of frame ribs so it’s easier to install & will still remain in a perfect rectangular shape over all your years of use…
It’s a well-designed system that is appropriate for ANY player, team, school or city ballpark
We send you everything you need in 2 shipments with simple instructions and requiring minimal tools or skills!
A Buying Hint
Consider that the length of baseball batting cages will never dictate how good your player(s: will become or how much they love the game however, a failed net will prevent them from being able to use their batting cage.
When budget or space becomes an issue, consider a shorter batting cage with a heavier net, rather than a longer batting cage with a lighter net.
You won’t go wrong with this purchase if it meets your budget.
Let me know when I can help you further.
— Coach JP