Batting Cage Pole Kit

Batting Cage Pole Kit

From: $295.00

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(5 customer reviews)

Our pole kits are designed for ease of setup and take down, featuring spring button connectors. Poles are 1-5/8″ O.D. and are sectioned to a maximum of 5′ for ease of shipping and storage. They have a black powder coated finish for great looks and longevity.

Size PriceQuantity
35' $295.00
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55' $459.00
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70' $490.00
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5 reviews for Batting Cage Pole Kit

  1. Debora

    How many poles are included in the 70″ pole kit that costs $490? Is it possible to purchase just 3 of the largest poles? How much would it be?

    • BCI

      Hi Deborah…did you get your question answered?

  2. Jason Thompson

    Can I order individual 5′ pole sections to extend my current cage

    • BCI

      Yes, you can. Give us a call and we’ll get you what you need!

  3. William Lynch ( we purchased our stuff through Michael Weis PV Dugout Club in Hillsdale NEw Jersey)

    We just sustained damage on our brand new 35 foot cage due to a bad snow storm that hit us. Some of our poles got bent and a couple snapped. Can I order just a certain number of pieces without ordering the entire set?

    • BCI

      Sorry to hear that! Yes, you can order just the poles that have been damaged. Give us a call at 800-463-6865.

      Thanks!

  4. Harold Delano

    Hi, I’m looking at getting the 55ft connector set. I’m debating whether or not to get the trapezoid model though? I have a 12x14x55 net already. I also have plenty 1 5/8ths galvanized pipe in roughly 20ft strips. What would u recommend? Ideally I want to take it down for winter. I’m in a field so it’s windy usually. Any advice would be great!

    • BCI

      Hi Harold,

      Thanks for your question. The Trapezoid Cage set up requires a special shaped net – the netting goes over the top of the Trapezoid Frame.
      I would recommend you purchasing our Commercial Batting Cage Frame Kit or using the piping that you have. Either way, I would recommend putting the legs
      of the frame in concrete and using rope and stakes (Guy wire) to provide more rigidity. I hope this helps!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    How long are the poles?

    • BCI

      The poles come in 5 foot sections. These lengths would fit together to provide desired height and width.

      Hope this helps!

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