Baseball and Softball
Is a pitching machine right for you?
The Youth Sports Club and Marty Schupak are here to help determine if a pitching machine is right for you. Numerous factors need to be considered when choosing a pitching machine such as one’s budget as well as the area’s size where the machine will be placed. There is no magic bullet in sports that guarantees a young athlete will become great but we want to put your son or daughter in the best position to succeed.
What about the pitching machine companies you are distributors for?
The Youth Sports Club has three core manufacturers: Jugs, Master Pitch (Iron Mike) and First Pitch. With all the competition, we have chosen what we believe are companies that have the best pitching machines on the market. This does not just include the pitching machine itself but also the service and back up support needed so customers can feel at ease when making their investment. The three companies together have over 100+ years of experience and each one provides customer service that is second to none.
Tell me more about your products?
Besides pitching machines the Youth Sports Club is one of the country’s leading sellers of football throwing machines as well as soccer shooting machines. We also carry a full line of nets, screens, batting cages and batting tees. Whether you are setting up a batting cage in your backyard or investing in a 20 machine commercial batting facility we can help you make the best economical decisions.
What else should I know?
Marty Schupak owns and manages this web site. Marty has devoted most of his adult life to youth sports. He received his Master’s degree in physical education from Arizona State University. Marty Schupak has authored nine books including the best selling Baseball Coaching: A Guide for the Youth Coach and Parent as well as twenty-five sports instructional videos including The 59 Minute Baseball Practice. He tours the country every year and puts on his baseball coach’s clinic: “Tee Ball & Beyond.”Besides being President of the Youth Sports Club and T-Ball America, he manages three blogs on sports: T-Ball America, Schupak Sports and Green Rewind where he covers his beloved New York Jets.