SKLZ Hit-A-Way Junior Youth Batting Trainer

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The Hit-A-Way® Junior baseball trainer from SKLZ® is sized down from the popular adult version so little players can also get in some cuts! Designed for kids ages 3 and up, it includes a collapsible pole and base along with a foam bat and ball. Remove the top pole to turn it into a t-ball stand, or use the tethered ball for indoor practice!

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  • Used to simulate pitches or as a t-ball stand
  • Adjustable rubber cord for high or low pitches
  • Set includes base, pole, foam Hit-A-Way® ball with cord and foam bat
  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • Assembly required
  • Includes set-up instructions
  • Pole Height: 3 feet, 3/4 inches
  • Bat Length: 24.5 inches/li>
  • For ages 3 and up

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great idea, poor excecution

By Brett

from oregon city, or

About Me Casual/ Recreational



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      Comments about SKLZ Hit-A-Way Junior Youth Batting Trainer:

      i bought this for my four year old son as an intro to t-ball/baseball. we used this product indoors as a rainy day option. the tethered ball does not stay in position on the cord. it slowly drops toward the base after every hit, and requires constant adjusment. its not fun for a beginner to stop every two or three swings to get the ball back in an ideal height. also encourages poor hitting, such as swinging the bat toward the ground like a club instead of level or slighty up.

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