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Sports Equipment Technology Adds First Pitch Pitching Machines Before Start of Youth Baseball Season

February 29, 2012

(SPORTS TECHNOLOGY) recently announced that their strong portfolio of pitching machines will now feature First Pitch machine. The company is one of the leading baseball pitching equipment online suppliers that designs and develops both baseball and softball pitching machines.

In a release, Steven Klein, CEO of said “Having First Pitch pitching machines adds solid brand awareness to our line-up of pitch machines for our entry and intermediate level players and coaches. Durability, a five year warranty at half the price of the industry leader Jugs Sports machine, provides a great alternative for our valued customers. You get a high quality machine for an affordable price which is what really sets First Pitch apart from the other top pitch machines on the market today.”

Most batting machines can only throw real baseballs or softballs. However, First Pitch machines are equipped to throw both, together with a wide variety of machine balls. First Pitch has four models that are designed to pitch 70, 80 and up to 100 mph balls. These machines also have the ability to throw baseballs (dimple balls and real balls), and 11" or 12" softballs.

Klein continued, “For a well built machine to throw 100 mph fast balls and breaking balls at half the price of its closest competitor is truly an amazing manufacturing and design accomplishment to say the least. To find such a heavy duty pitch machine that features both ease of mobility, quick set up, great performance and at an incredible low price is a no brainer.

Prior to First Pitch, many coaches and players were stuck with the idea of having to purchase entry level baseball pitching equipment (due to affordability), only to buy advanced models as they progressed in skill level. But now, they can purchase a First Pitch machine which will grow with them, as their hitting drills and batting skills advance.”

Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli