Every player wants and needs a place to practice & play right in the backyard (lets not call it "working on your game" especially to the younger players). The simplest tool for any age player with a smaller backyard is to have something that you can hit or pitch into... a baseball catch net.
This brand new King Kong Net is large enough to save some endangered windows and parked cars, yet stakes into the ground so it takes up little precious backyard space! AND, it's tough enough to leave outdoors for periods of time (yes, store it indoors to help it to last even longer).
Here's Some Catch Net Uses & Ideas
For Pitchers - Use it daily to practice new pitches (I always have pitchers throw into a large target, typically a catch net when working with new pitches or grips so that it doesn't frustrate them trying to hit a small catchers mitt... its tough enough for pitchers to be accurate when throwing their best pitches... why torture them when they are trying to learn new pitches, right?
For Fielders - Have dad or coach hit you ground balls from standing aside of the King Kong Catch Net. You then field and throw into the net instead of back to the coach... Saves time and adds many more reps of fun. Same can be done with pop flies if you have the room!
For Hitters - Make a Batting Tee Station by adding one of our many awesome batting tees. Ever wanted you very own solo hitters soft toss station? Combined with our inexpensive Scorpion Soft Toss Machine and you have a complete portable soft toss batting station right in your own backyard!
Remember, you will never get enough swings or throws in a practice or game... at least not enough to get you where you might want to go or where your talents can be maximized... and that, as always is the truth!