SMUSH BALLS Smushballs - The Ultimate Anywhere Batting Practice Baseball Softball Training Ball

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COLOR : 24 Pack w/ Bag



PRODUCT DIMENSIONS : 13.89 x 13.58 x 5.43 inches

SIZE : White

WEIGHT : 0.57 Kilograms

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  • PERFECT PRACTICE BASEBALLS AND SOFTBALLS : Smushballs (sometimes called smoosh ball or mush ball) is a great hitting trainer for baseball or softball batting practice for boys, girls, kids, teens, or adults from little league to college; The foam spongy ball is approximately the size of a baseball
  • INDOOR & OUTDOOR TRAINING BALLS: For fastpitch softball teams, this type of practice equipment makes the perfect "small-ball" swing concentration drill; The light flight baseballs also make for a great hitting station when practicing inside a gymnasium; Perfect for kids, teens, and adult aged players
  • LIMITED FLIGHT BASEBALLS : Cutting edge technology to limit ball flight - 115' maximum ball flight.Whether you are taking batting practice for baseball, softball, tee ball, or in your backyard, this low flight ("lite flite") smushball training aid makes for a safe and fun way to play anywhere you need them; Also makes a great gift for kids and teens looking for a baseball or softball related birthday or Christmas gift
  • SOFT SAFETY BALL FOR ALL AGES : The smushball reduces the "fear factor" for youth t-ball ages while playing catch, while hitting, or during coach pitch; Similar to a stress ball but longer-lasting, it simultaneously gives another tool for batting practice for 8u, 10u, 12u, 14u, 16u, and older ages SOME VARIATIONS COME WITH BAG: Packaged by the dozen (12 or 24 balls), some variations include a bag(choose correct variation)

Maximum Velocity Sports, Amazon's official retailer of The original 10,000 hit practice ball. We keep things simple to keep costs low. Smushballs are the perfect practice ball to use indoors or outdoors, in rain or cold conditions, against fences, nets and even in basements. What started as trying to find a good practice ball as an alternative to whiffle balls has continued to grow to teams using smushballs in all 50 states, from little league to college teams.