JUGS MVP Combo Pitching Machine

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JUGS MVP Combo Pitching Machine

Model: Pitching Machine
Orig. $1,000.00
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SKU:P26371

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JUGS MVP Combo Pitching Machine

The updated JUGS MVP Combo Pitching Machine is ideal for pitching-machine leagues and can now throw both baseballs and softballs up to 60 MPH. When set up for either sport, pitches are thrown from a realistic release point and throw consistent strikes so your players can start swinging with confidence when they step into the batter's box.

Features:

  • Digital readout displays lets you set machine to throw between 15-60 mph
  • 360º swivel base adjusts so it can throw fly balls, pop-ups and ground balls
  • Patented "always see the ball"™ delivery system
  • Throws 11" or 12" softballs, baseballs, dimpled and seam Sting-Free balls, tennis balls, Lite-Flite, Softie, Pearl, and Bulldog balls
  • Includes:
    • Chute and long straight legs for baseball use
    • 12" chute and short curved legs for softball use
  • Special pneumatic tire won't leave marks on baseballs or softballs
  • Portable and easy to move and set up
  • Motor is 1/4 HP, 3 amp
  • Runs on 110V AC
  • Weight: 56 lbs.
  • 5-Year Guarantee
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Specs

  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Top Pitched Ball Speed (mph): 52
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty
  • Type: Pitching Machines
  • Type of Balls Used: Baseballs • Sting Free Baseballs • JUGS

what's the difference between sku 1461487 and sku 146149 the sku 1461487 holds 18 balls, right? the sku 1461492 holds how many? for both machines, need to put a screen in front?

Asked by: george
SKU I461487 is a ball feeder holds 18 baseballs. The other item is a pitching machine. It does not 'hold' any balls, but delivers balls that are fed into it, either by hand or with the ball feeder. For safety, we always recommend the use of screens during practices.
Answered by: BBS_Steve
Date published: 2018-11-30
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