08
Aug
2014

Why Should I Buy A First Pitch Pitching Machine?

Why Should I Buy A First Pitch Pitching Machine?
 We get a lot of phone calls asking, “Why should I buy a First Pitch machine when I have never heard of them?” There are several reasons to purchase a First Pitch machine, but it depends on your situation. We’re going to try to help you determine whether First Pitch machines are the right ones for you. Below is a little history of the First Pitch machines:First Pitch is located in Greenfield, Minnesota, which is located in the greater metropolitan area of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. They started out supplying pitching machines to local Little League teams locally and then through word-of-mouth they started getting inquiries from coaches, players and parents throughout the United States. First Pitch has now been producing these quality machines for over 13 years now!First Pitch’s unique niche in the marketplace is HIGH-QUALITY, LOW-COST baseball and softball machines, providing an excellent value in pitching machines that are a great baseball training aid and lots...
08
Apr
2013

Coach D Review: First Pitch Baseline

Coach D Review: First Pitch Baseline
I have a finance background and a term I use a lot is "cost benefit".  Basically that means you measure the benefit you will get from something compared to the cost you pay for the item.  I bring that up because when you apply this to the First Pitch Baseline Pitching Machine, you will find quite a bit of benefit compared to the cost you will pay for it.  At just under $650 you will get an American made machine that is built as sturdy as pitching machines come.  First Pitch is so confident in their pitching machine they have given it a 5 year warranty.  The tires and the motor is the same motor you will find on the machines that cost twice as much as the First Pitch model.  First Pitch Baseline throws fastballs only as baseball speeds up to 70 MPH (from 60' 6") and approx. 60 MPH for softballs.  I have found the machine to very accurate and it is lightweight enough (55lbs) that you can transport it to a practice quite easily.  This is very...