Commercial Style Batting Cage Package Deal - Concrete Free
The Commercial Package gives you the most bang for your buck. #36 HDPE netting is one of our strongest batting cage nets. It is an excellent choice for a high-end backyard cage, but will also hold up in a commercial setting. HDPE netting also provides the ultimate in UV protection and it doesn’t absorb water, so you won’t have to worry about it shrinking or rotting. Also features an integrated door for easy accessibility.
- #36 HDPE Batting Cage Net with integrated door
- Frame Kit w/ Poles
- 5’ x 7’ net backdrop panel w/2 hanging cords
- Ground Sleeves
- End Caps
- Hang 50 Kit
- Ball Cap
Our HDPE #36 net is one of the best batting cage nets available. Excellent choice for a high-end backyard net, but also perfectly suitable for commercial applications! We have literally sold thousands of these cages to colleges, professional baseball teams, and municipalities.
Our standard L-Screen has been around for many years. Featuring heavy-duty 1.5″ outer diameter steel tubing with locking snap-pin construction, it is easy to both assemble and store in the off-season. The non-reflective black powder-coated finish looks fantastic and provides superior protection against the elements.
Extend the life of your batting cage with our heavy duty netting backdrop. This panel is 5' wide x 7' tall and is designed to take the repeated impact from pitching machines.
Our commercial batting cage frames are constructed with 1-5/8" outside diameter powder coated steel tubing. Please...compare tubing diameter before you buy! Many companies sell frames with much smaller tubing. If your batting cage frame will be exposed to the wind, you will need at least 1-5/8" outside diameter tubing. Our black powder coating holds up very well to strong sun or rain and looks great for years to come.
If you plan on taking your frame down during the offseason, the ground sleeves are a must. Ground sleeves greatly add to the stability of your batting cage frame. These ground sleeves do not require concrete, being pounded directly into the earth.