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.
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 Rake Size Is Best
Base your purchase on your most common daily tasks. Choose the 24″ for your smaller areas and if you have 2 ft. baselines. The more popular 36″ wide model may be best for dirt all-dirt infields and, 3 & 4 ft baselines, bullpens and maybe base cutouts.
I hope my thoughts have helped you. If still unsure, look below for other models.