A Backstop for Your Backyard?
While most people associate baseball backstops with local parks, schools, or baseball stadiums, you can also find them in residential backyards.
Although it may not be common, there are plenty of uses for a baseball backstop in your backyard.
Whether you play amateur ball or have children that are interested in baseball, a backstop in your yard provides an incredible opportunity to practice pitching whenever you please.
It is also easier and safer to keep an eye on your kids when they are in your backyard.
You can also use a baseball backstop for batting practice. Depending on how your backyard is set up, you can use the backstop to prevent pitches from going places they should not go or to stop the ball from flying out of the yard.
While it may be generally used for baseball, baseball netting can be quite useful for soccer. Just as an individual can hit the baseball into the backstop, they can do the same with a soccer ball.
Playing with Friends
If you have a large enough backyard, you could actually use the backstop to play baseball with friends. Since not many residential properties have this kind of space or a backstop in the backyard, your home could become the go-to place for people to come over and play baseball.
If you are interested in trying to see if a baseball backstop can fit into your backyard, contact us to schedule an in-home consultation to learn more about your options.