Diamond Foam Practice Baseballs

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Diamond Foam Practice Baseballs

Quantity: 12 ball pack
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Diamond Foam Practice Baseballs

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Diamond Foam Practice Baseballs are great to use indoors and outdoors. These lightweight training baseballs come with a highly visible yellow cover and are ideal for use in multiple hitting drills, including soft toss and tee work. Players learning how to bat for the first time will enjoy sting-free swings while older, more established players will appreciate their durability while continuing to develop their skills. 

Diamond Foam Practice Baseballs feature:

  • 9' training baseball
  • Soft foam construction
  • High visibility yellow color for better tracking
  • Quantity: 1 dozen
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Specs

  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Top Rated: 4.7
  • Type: Practice Balls
  • Size (in): 9
Diamond Foam Practice Baseballs 12 ball pack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great balls! One of the best experiences dealing with baseball savings.My travel ball organization will continue to support baseball savings.
Date published: 2018-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I bought these and I’m very happy, They are the best for indoor practice and when limited on space
Date published: 2018-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too Light If you are looking for a heavier machine ball then these are not them. They are super light if that is what you are looking for. I was not so did not rate them well. They should have the weight in the specs!
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for hitting drills The team uses these balls for multiple hitting drills. We set up a station in the outfield and hit for distance and we use them for soft toss and tee work. They are much more effective than wiffle balls, and work well in cases where hitting real baseballs isn't acceptable. I'm always being asked where I got them by other coaches because of their practical use. They are a bit pricey for a dozen in my opinion, but we get use out of them so I don't mind.
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this product and I would definitely recommend it to my friends and other coaches
Date published: 2013-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for training at any age level, great quality I coach a national travel time of ages 13-18.. I use them for indoor and outdoor and i use at all age levels.. They are extremely durable, I've yet to experience any tares from any of them n I've been using go 2 years.. I also use them for my 4 year old son.. Not to mention Diamond is the best brand for any baseballs period
Date published: 2013-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for little kids and fly very true I own these as well as the ATEC SFT balls. These Diamonds are extremely light and perhaps 1/2 the weight of the ATECs. Despite the light weight these fly staighter than the ATECs IF the wind isn't blowing. You would not want to buy these if you have a windy practice area however. The ATECs won't be perfect in the wind (8 MPH+) either but they will perform better than these. Both balls are 1000 times better than real baseballs if you are teaching kids 9 and under how to hit. Real baseballs just plain hurt for these smaller kids whereas with these the kids can hit "all day" without pain. Furthermore, hitting these lighter balls will help your kids learn to finish their swings and develop great technique and NOT fear contact. These balls have the added benefit of being so soft that the kids don't have to wear batting helmets. If you are looking for something to give your kids a high number of reps to help them get more comfortable and confident in the batter's box these balls are exactly what you need. I've used these balls in the ATEC Power Streak and the Wilson Hitting Streak machines and they worked great in both machines. BTW, the ATEC Power Streak (green) is better than the Wilson Hitting Streak (black). The Wilson's feet & legs are not stable enough to get the consistent pitch location required for young kids. Everyone has slightly different product requirements but when I buy additional balls I'll purchase these instead of the ATECs. The main reasons I prefer these is because they fly straighter and there is less variation from 1 ball to the next. Younger kids need well located pitches to build confidence and consistency and these are probably 25% more consistent. Also, if the ATECs get dirty I've been unable to get them clean. The ATEC surface seems to absorb dirt and mud. These Diamonds can fly into a muddy ditch and you can wipe them off and they'll be just fine (once they dry -- never put a wet or slick ball into a pitching machine). I do prefer the ATEC balls for scrimmages and anything outside of the batting cage though. Sure they get dirty and after a year or two they'll look terrible but so would a real baseball and all of these balls cost a lot less than real baseballs. I also prefer the ATEC balls outside of the cage because they are heavier and when the boys throw them there is enough mass there so that they can throw them accurately. These diamond balls are too light for throwing.
Date published: 2013-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from as advertised These balls are perfect for our travel team's indoor practice. I am ording a couple more dozen.
Date published: 2013-01-18
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Do these balls weight the same as a baseball

Asked by: Kevin mc
No, these foam balls are very light weight.
Answered by: BBS_Stacy
Date published: 2016-12-20

Are these balls made of dense foam?

Do they fall apart easy? interested in buying some just want to know if its worth the money
Asked by: buckwild
I've been using these for 2 years., I coach 13-18 year olds.. I use indoor and outdoor.. They don't shred, tare, or nothing.. I'd still buy them even if the price went up.. Well worth the money
Answered by: Ant7Oliva
Date published: 2018-06-11
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