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Both the First Pitch and Baseline Machines will throw any kind of baseball or softball. Regular stitched balls work well and the dimple balls are also a good choice. Softer foam balls are good for...
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Both of these machines have the same motor and controller and for the most part are the same. There are three basic differences. First whereas the original has longer legs for baseball and shorter...
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No, all three machines come with the ball tubes for baseball and softball. The baseline has reversible legs for baseball and softball and the XL has legs that adjust for baseball or softball. The...
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The First Pitch original and the First Pitch XL both carry a full five-year warranty. The Motor is a 1/3 HP U.S. made motor, which is more powerful than most machines on the market. But more...
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The Baseline pitching machines was acquired by First Pitch in 2007. We have since made some improvements to the machine and offer it at a very competitive price. The machine comes with ball feed...
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The speed is measured with a radar gun at sixty feet, measuring the speed of the ball as it exits the machine. Of course the ball is moving as the radar gun is measuring it but the speed is measured...
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There are a couple of things to check. First, check the tire pressure and make sure that it is between 17 and 20 pounds of pressure. Second, make sure that the skid plate (this is the plate that the...
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Baselines are shipped with the tire unattached and the consumer does have to put the tire on the machine. This tire needs to be attached with the lug nuts we supplied. Please make sure to put the lug...
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Yes. We believe that allowing a transfer of the warranty helps to hold the value of our machines even when they are used.
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For the 1-wheel machines, you need a 1000 watt generator; for the 2-wheel machines (including the Curveball machine and the Quarterback Football machine), you need a 1500 watt generator.

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