The 2015 baseball season is winding down, but for coaches and players alike, there is no off-season when it comes to practicing, and working on becoming a better team or player. Repetition of a variety of practice drills is a key component to achieving that improvement. Both baseball and softball coaches have specific training drills that can help improve strength, speed, and accuracy. Pitching machines are often used to improve the efficiency of these drills, allowing more drills in a shorter amount of time, with no arm fatigue for coaches or players. Unfortunately, these machines are out of reach for many schools or little league teams because they are expensive, hard to set up and transport, and require electricity. —
It is for that reason that inventor and entrepreneur Kim Cherry put his engineering background to work and invented The Sling Pitcher pitching machine. Designed for softball or baseball, it weighs in at only 16 pounds, requires no electricity, and sets up in less than a minute. The Sling Pitcher can throw regulation baseballs and softballs to 70 & 50 mph, and can be used for any team or individual no matter what skill level. The Sling Pitcher costs just a fraction of what electric pitching machines cost, and for a limited time, customers can save even more.
The Sling Pitcher team has recently announced an inventory reduction sale on the pitching machine and most accessories. For a limited time customers can get a major items for 40% off normal retail prices. This price reduction will last only while supplies last.
Release ID: 89899