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Pitch Pro’s Portable Mound Break Down
334 Practice Pitching Mound
The Pitch Pro 334 Pitching Mound is mainly used as a practice mound. With the mound being only 4” high, it does not meet regulation little league requirements of a 6” mound. Young pitchers use the Pitch Pro 334 as a training tool. It is perfect for the backyard and warm-ups before the game. The 334 makes a nice bullpen mound for pitchers getting ready to enter the game.
465 Game Pitching Mound
Pitch Pro’s 465 Pitching Mound is the first in Pitch Pro’s lineup that is for in-game usage. The 465 is a 6” high mound, meeting the requirements to be used for little league action. The mound is 4 feet wide and 6 feet long. This mound is a favorite among tournament directors due to its lightweight and portability. The mound weighs only 65 pounds, making it easy to move from field to field.
486 Game Pitching Mound
The Pitch Pro 486 Pitching Mound is the upgraded version of the 465. 486 Pitching Mounds have the same width and height as the 465, however, it is an extra two feet in length. The extra length gives the pitcher the ability to finish his/her stride on the pitching mound. There is a 64” stride length that measures from the pitching rubber to the end of the pitching mound. The 486 weighs 115 pounds. While it is 50 pounds heavier than the 465, the 486 is still easily transportable by two adults.
796 Game Pitching Mound
The Pitch Pro 796 Pitching Mound is the top tier option when it comes to 6” high mounds. 796 Pitching Mounds are a large, heavy-duty mound that allows pitchers to not only finish their strides on the mound, but also perform pick-off moves. It measures 9’6” in length and 7’ in width. The added length is mostly seen in the back of the mound, behind the pitching rubber. Behind the pitching rubber there is a nice flat surface where pitchers can step off and try to pick-off runners. The stride length also increases from 64” on the 486 to 66” on the 796. The extra 2” makes a difference when it comes to taller pitchers. The 796 weighs 220 pounds. It will take three or four adults to move the mound due to the weight and size.
898 Game Pitching Mound
The Pitch Pro 898 Pitchers Mound is the transition mound between little leagues and high school. Many leagues are starting to use 8” high pitching mounds to make the transition easier for pitchers that are moving from youth baseball to high school. It is a big jump going from a 6” mound to a 10” mound. 8” mounds are typically used on 50/70 baseball fields. Pitch Pro’s 898 Mound measures 10’4” in length and 7’ in width. The 898 has a long stride length to account for taller pitchers. Measuring 76″, the 898’s stride length will accommodate middle school and high school pitchers.
8121 Game Pitching Mound
The 8121 Portable Pitching Mound is for the 14-18 age group, high schools, colleges, and professionals. It is regulation height for middle schools, high schools, colleges, and professional baseball.