Baseball Batting Cage Netting

If you have a full scaled baseball field or a batting cage in your establishment, safety and protection should be your biggest concern. With the right netting in place, you can ensure that your baseball field is a safe place to enjoy a good game. Baseball nets installed in your establishment should be strong enough to stop high speed baseballs traveling around the field, whether it is a foul, a home run, a wild pitch or even a line drive. This need for safety is especially true for baseball batting cages and that’s why ACC offers a range of high quality nylon nets to protect players and visitors from undesirable accidents and injuries.

Why Do You Need Cage Netting?

Batting cages are concentrated games of baseball in a compact place and should be padded at all times. To minimize risk and injuries inflicted upon those outside the cages, installing a cage net can be beneficial. In comparison to chain links, cage nets are more flexible, durable and affordable. Chain link fences are considered high maintenance and cost significantly higher than nylon netting. What’s more, they are even prone to rusting!

Our Product Range from ACC

To suit the unique needs of your establishment, we offer different types of netting with size customization for optimum protection. Our range of baseball batting cage netting includes standard and customized netting options. Here are some reasons why you should use ACC cage nets:

  • Weather treated nylon fabric
  • 1 7/8 inch knotted nylon netting
  • UV resistant
  • Easy to install and remove
  • Low maintenance
  • Customized size and shape
  • Knotless nylon twine also available

Nylon Baseball Netting


Other netting options from ACC

ACC’s nylon netting can be used behind the home plate to prevent the ball from reaching the crowds and to protect against pop flies, foul balls and other unpredictable movements of the ball. Since the baseball is usually traveling at high speeds, it pays to hang these nets around your facility to reduce liability and prevent injuries.