Thank you for visiting Dick's Sporting Goods. If you need assistance with shopping on our site, please call us at 1-877-846-9997 and a customer care representative will be happy to assist you. Please inform the Customer Service representative that you require assistance.

Franklin MLB Super Star Batter & Fielder Pitching Machine

Franklin MLB Super Star Batter & Fielder Pitching Machine - Dick's Sporting Goods
  • Show Enhanced
  • Buy One Get One 50% OFF Outdoor Game $19.99 and Up!! Must Add All to Cart

Usually ships in 1 - 2 business days.

Standard Ground Service Available (normally $8.49)

Product Information:

Develop baseball skills in the off-season using the Franklin® MLB® Super Star Batter and Fielder Pitching Machine. This multi-function 4-in-1 pitching machine shoots out soft pitch, fast pitch, grounders and is great for pop fly practice. The tripod-style base and ground stakes prevent the machine from tipping. Feed the 6 included AERO-STRIKE ® plastic baseballs into the telescopic feeder for a stream of balls to hit and field.

  • Multi-function 4-in-1 youth pitching machine
  • Perfect for building confidence and skills in young players
  • Machine easily sets to the designated angle for practice hitting and fielding
  • Great for soft-pitch and fastpitch
  • Practice scooping grounders and catching pop-flys
  • Tripod-style base raises the machine to the proper pitch level
  • Stable ground stakes to prevent tipping
  • Telescopic ball feeder expands to hold 9 balls
  • Includes 6 AERO-STRIKE® plastic baseballs
  • Requires 4 C alkaline batteries (not included)
  • Recommended for ages 5+
  • Bat sold separately
  • For use with AERO-STRIKE® balls only
  • Manufacturer's limited warranty: 90 days
  • Model: 14071
  • Franklin

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 781-344-1111.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 3995901

Customer Reviews:

Franklin MLB Super Star Batter & Fielder Pitching Machine 2 5 1 1
Not what I expected... I was hoping that the balls would be somewhat consistent. My 5 yr old grandson can't hit even one ball- they shoot out all over the place, never in the same spot twice- maybe it's fine for catching practice, but he knows how to catch- he needs practice hitting... May 14, 2012
1-1 of 1