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PD: Sports Tutor - TriplePlay Pro


Automatically throw FASTBALLS, SINKERS, CURVES and SLIDERS. Adjustable from 40 to 90 MPH in 5 MPH increments, digitally displayed.

Triple Play Pro Pitching Machine

The TriplePlay Pro pitching machine can throw any pitch with the push of a button. Simply choose the type and speed of the pitch desired, push the button, locate the pitch and start hitting. The TriplePlay Pro machine can throw straight fastballs, sliders, sinkers, curves, splitters, change-ups and knuckleballs. The pitch speed is adjustable from 40 to 90 mph and is digitally displayed so it is the easiest machine ever to use. Simple is better with the TriplePlay Pro pitching machine.

Unique Design

The TriplePlay Pro pitching machine uses a three-wheel pitching mechanism that is more accurate than two wheels because it puts more gripping surface on the ball which allows for greater accuracy and consistency.


The baseball is visible from the time it leaves the hand of the feeder until it gets to the batter. This is unlike two-wheel pitching machines in which the ball is hidden by the throwing wheels before being pitched.


The three-wheel pitching mechanism is more accurate than two wheels because there is more gripping surface.


The three-wheel design requires significantly less movement of the throwing mechanism to produce different pitches than does a two-wheel machine. Oversized knobs for height and direction control help quickly fine-tune pitch location, so the time it takes changing pitches is fast and easy.

Versatility and Transport

Use the TriplePlay in the batting cage for batting practice or on the field for both batting and fielding practice. Its versatility allows fielders to practice both groundballs and fly balls. Simple to move around just set it down and use the transport wheels to push it across the field.


TriplePlay can pitch all types of regulation and dimple baseballs. (low seam baseballs are best)

Package Deal

With a package deal you must select a batting cage. Everything for the cage is included except the 10' poles needed for the frame, which you buy locally. The poles are 3/4" electrical conduit, steel galvanized pipe (EMT), and are readily available in stores such as Home Depot or Lowe’s. The trade name for these poles is “thin wall.” They are in the "electrical conduit" aisle. Below are the quantities of poles you need to buy:

40' cage requires 23 poles
50' cage requires 28 poles
60' cage requires 33 poles
70' cage requires 38 poles.