What size cages should I buy?
We feel that 60" is the perfect cage length for the family setting.
Most youth pitching distances are at 45', 46' or 50' distances. Buying a 60' rather than a shorter
35', or 55' allows you more flexibility when your son or daughter gets ready for high school play.
Can we use this cage for batting practice when my player gets in high school?
Yes, you certainly can. Keep in mind that for great batting practice you don't need
to be at regulation distance. You are mainly working on bat speed, hand-eye coordination, and mechanics. Most
coaches do a lot of soft toss and you don't need a long distance for that.
How many years of use can I expect to get out of this investment?
As a general rule you should get 4 to 5 years use before you have to repair your net. Using
a net-saver back net adds life to youe cage also.