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Infield Maintenance: Dragging Infield Skin

 

 

More than two-thirds of a ball game is played in the infield, and therefore proper infield skin care is one of the most important parts of baseball field maintenance. You can reduce compaction, keep dust down, and level the playing surface by following a regular maintenance routine. Choosing the right equipment for the job at hand and maintaining the proper moisture level will help you achieve a sharp looking, safe playing surface.

How To Approach Off-Season Workouts

Off Season Workout



With the winter months and off-season workouts in full swing, I thought I would share with you once again how another MASA customer approaches this valuable time. As many of you know, the off-season is just as important, if not more important, than the season. During the season you don’t have the time to commit to speed and conditioning drills that gives you the competitive edge over those that don’t take the off-season seriously.

Retire Your Field Properly For The Season

 

 

With the threat of autumn just around the corner, preparing to retire your baseball or softball field for the season is most likely at the top of your end of season to-do list. Given the amount of time and effort spent on the field in season, getting your field ready for its ‘off season’ often gets overlooked. Let’s discuss some basic steps to ensure that your field will be ready to go for that first pitch in the spring.

NCAA Softball Changes

NCAA Softball Field Rule Changes 2016 - 2017

 

The NCAA Softball Rules Committee and the Playing Rules Oversight Panel have approved rule changes for the 2016 & 2017 seasons. The new rules affect backstop padding, dugout railing, netting and padding and foul poles. Following are the changes you need to know about...

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