Baseball Sports Netting installation
MNS is your turnkey solution for any custom baseball batting cage installation whether it be residential or commercial. MNS will design a specific system based upon it being indoor or outdoor, permanent or retractable, the number of cages, connections points, and strength of the nets. For all of our outdoor systems, we use schedule 40 black heavy-duty steel poles which will provide a commercial-grade strength and aesthetic. From our veteran craftsmanship and high-quality material, we can guarantee your system to last 5-7 years. If you are in the market just for material, look no further! MNS can provide a full batting cage kit based upon your specifications. Each frameset comes complete with uprights, crossbars, and ground sleeves.
What we do:
Baseball backstop netting installation systems are our bread and butter. MNS has been installing custom backstops since opening day! They are numerous factors to consider when designing each system. To begin, who is playing on the field. For example, MNS will suggest a 40 or 50 above ground level netting system for a high school varsity baseball team. If you are looking to reduce your cost ask us about our extended 30 above ground level systems.
Midwest Netting Solutions, LLC supplies and installs baseball and golf sports netting systems, windscreen and privacy screens, indoor and outdoor batting cages, baseball backstops, electronic and retractable curtain systems, indoor and outdoor protective padding, litter control and dust visual systems.
What is baseball backstop netting
Baseball backstop netting is a protective barrier made of durable and resilient net material that is placed behind home plate and along the baselines to prevent foul balls and flying bats from entering the stands and potentially injuring spectators. The netting is typically made of strong, weather-resistant materials such as polyethylene or nylon, and is designed to withstand the impact of high-speed baseballs and bats.
The height and width of the backstop netting can vary depending on the size of the baseball field and the specific requirements of the venue. In most cases, the netting will extend at least as high as the backstop and wrap around the entire home plate area and extend down the foul lines. Some ballparks may choose to extend the netting further down the lines, depending on their specific safety requirements.