BATA Pitching Machine

The BATA Pitching Machine has been providing top of the line hitting training for nearly 30 years. BATA began manufacturing pitching machines back in 1991. Since then, they have grown to be one of the go-to pitching machine manufacturer for parents, little leagues, high schools, colleges, universities, and MLB teams.

When you buy a BATA Pitching Machine, you know it is built to last. All their baseball and softball pitching machines use motors that are made and assembled in the USA. BATA is so confident in the quality of their machines; they offer a 10-year limited warranty on all machines.

People have come to expect BATA Pitching Machines to be the workhorse of the industry. We have talked with customers that have been using their BATA Machines for twenty or more years.

BATA Pitching Machine Breakdown


The BATA 1 Pitching Machine throws up to 62 MPH. It will pitch regular baseballs and softballs. With the machine only weighing 56 pounds, it is easy to transport on and off the baseball field. This machine is perfect for boys and girls up to 16 years old. It is a great machine to use for little leagues and middle schools trying to up their game.

BATA B-1 Curveball

The BATA B1 Curveball Pitching Machine, like its name indicates, can throw curveballs and other breaking pitches. The B-1 Curve also has a slight speed upgrade over the BATA 1. It can throw up to 70 MPH. This machine also doubles as a great fielding machine, perfect for throwing pop-ups and groundballs. The B-1 Curve has a multi directional swivel base that makes it easy to from one side of the field to the other.

BATA 2 Pitching Machine

The BATA 2 Pitching Machine is a great two-wheel pitching machine. With the machine having two wheels, it has the capability of throwing nearly any pitch imaginable. The speed on this BATA Pitching Machine gets up to 100 MPH! Just like the B-1 Curveballs, the BATA 2 has great fielding practice capabilities.

BATA Twin Pitch

The BATA Twin Pitch is two BATA 1s on a single stand. This machine allows you to trick the hitter with a fastball one pitch followed by a changeup.

BATA 2 Pitch 3

The BATA 2 Pitch 3 Pitching Machine is similar to the Twin Pitch Machine in that it is two machines one stand. The 2 Pitch 3, however, is a BATA 2 on one side and a BATA 1 on the other. This setup allows batters to face a fastball one pitch, followed by a nasty breaking ball the next pitch. Many MLB teams, such as the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, use this machine for their team’s practice.

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What makes BATA Pitching Machines Special?

Quality Equals Performance

BATA has a line of pitching machines that will meet your needs and fit within your budget. Whether you are looking to purchase a machine for your backyard or for a professional team, BATA has you covered. Their line of products starts with the BATA-1 Pitching Machine and ends with the BATA 2Pitch3. Each machine they offer (except the BATA 2Pitch3) comes as a baseball only, softball only, or as a combo pitching machine.

All BATA’s offerings are commercial grade pitching machines that last customers a long time. Part of the reason BATA has such durable machine is they are all manufactured here in the USA. While most manufacturers import their products from overseas, BATA has kept their manufacturing in the United States since their beginning in 1991. Each piece of the pitching machine comes with durability and quality.


The machines come with a motor that is specifically for BATA Pitching Machines. These motors perform better and last longer than other pitching machine’s motors because they work perfectly with baseballs & softballs. The speed control system (which includes the dials and speed control box) are the most reliable on the market.

BATA Wheels

All BATA Pitching Machines come with Goodyear soft tread rubber wheels. These wheels have proven to be the most durable and consistent wheels on the market. While some wheels will start to fade quickly, the Goodyear soft tread wheels will continue to throw pitches with pinpoint accuracy for years. BATA encases their wheels with aluminum. This protects the wheels from any damage on comeback line drives.

Before the baseball/softball goes through the wheels towards home plate, it first must go through the chute. BATA builds the machine’s chute from steel. This ensures the chute will not rust, allowing for the maximum pitch consistency. The framework of the pitching machine uses US made steel and gets a US applied powder coating. The powder coating protects against rust, pitting, and chipping.