Who Cares About A Baseball Rake?
A baseball lute rake is a baseball rake, right? Well yes… right up until the point where you have a graveyard full of dead rakes. The reality is that we use them a lot and every day and they all break eventually.
Here’s what you need for breaking up, grading & smoothing soil, gravel & top dressing… the Pro Lute Rake!
It features a simple sawtooth design with a magnesium/aluminum head and strong wrap-around bracing that supplies the necessary sturdiness and strength to maintain your ball field. Powder-coated 82″ handle connects to the head with a durable solid metal plug. Bring out the Pro Lute Rake, and those bothersome clumps and clods don’t stand a chance.
I like the extra-long 82″ handle and the angled bracing.
Which Baseball Field Rake Size Is Best?
Base your baseball rake purchase on your most common daily tasks.
- Choose the 24″ wide model for your smaller areas and if you have 2 ft. baselines.
- Choose the 36″ wide model for general tasks, all-dirt infields, and 3 & 4 ft. baselines & bullpens
I hope my thoughts have helped you. If still unsure, look below for other models.