#32 HDPE Trapezoid Batting Cage Net
Some systems hang a square net directly down from the top of the frame, so the extra width at the bottom of the cage is unusable, and the cage still takes up valuable yard space. This net has a trapezoid shape, just like the frame, so that you can utilize the entire width of the cage.
What you'll need to complete your DIY batting cage frame
Since this cage has no poles, you must buy them locally. Here are the amount of poles and sizes you will need for each frame size. Most poles bought from fencing companies, Home Depot, etc, are longer than specified below. Because of this size difference, you will need to shorten the poles.
35' frame: (21) 9-foot 10.5-inch poles and (2) 5-foot poles
55' frame: (31) 9-foot 10.5-inch poles and (2) 5-foot poles
70' frame: (38) 9-foot 10.5-inch poles
Trapezoid Batting Cage Frame Corner Kit
This kit includes all the connector pieces you'll need to assemble your batting cage. Those pieces fit 1-3/8 inch (or 32mm, outside diameter) galvanized steel pipe from any local hardware supply store.
5x7 Net Backdrop
Extend the life of your batting cage with our 5′ x 7′ heavy-duty netting backdrop. This panel is 5' wide x 7' tall and is designed to take the repeated impact from pitching machines. Provide reinforcement right where you need it most, above the plate (foul tip area) and behind it.
Stake Down Kit
The Trapezoid Batting Cage Anchoring System includes 12" aluminum stakes designed with kinks to ensure stakes do not easily pull out of the ground.
- Height: 10ft tall
- Top Width: 10ft
- Bottom Width: 15ft
- Length: 35ft, 55ft, or 70ft
Click here to see the assembly instructions
Disclaimer: Weather-related damage (wind, snow, etc.) to batting cage poles is not covered or considered a defect.