Batting Cage on CastersReport
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I’m looking to build a batting cage in my backyard to practice baseball and cricket with a pitching machine. All the pre-built frames I’ve looked at require putting in permanent poles in concrete. I don’t want to do that. I want to be able to use the cage and dismantle it when it’s time to mow the lawn or host a party. So I was looking to build one that I can put on Casters. Something similar to the one here.
What would I need to build this at home? This costs about $3000. My budget is about $500 – $700 at the max. Is this possible? The Height is 10 feet, width about 10-12 feet and length of 20-25 feet.
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Very nice setup. You could build something out of wood however, the instructions I would have to give here online would be very intense. Some kind of frame, either from wood, PVC piping, copper piping maybe, but that would be big bucks I’m sure. And using that fabric as a fence of course.