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Baseball Field Backstop Padding
Baseball is a no-contact sport for the most part—teams don’t fight for the ball as do football players. But that doesn’t mean there’s no potential for concussive injury! Indeed, when running, jumping, and aiming the ball, it’s all too easy to run into the walls of the stadium; you’ve probably seen videos of amazing pop flies caught in that way, or even witnessed an instance yourself!
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The slush is gone on the outdoor fields, and that familiar itch is probably in the air—spring baseball is in full swing! With its tension-filled scoring system and lots of movement, baseball has rendered itself a huge money-maker for college and professional venues alike, which is all the more reason to be concerned about the safety of your star players.
At Fieldwallpads.com, we have been providing our customers with state-of-the-art wall pads for over 30 years. As research has evolved and new safety regulations have come to light, we have continually changed our wall padding to match these requirements. The thickness of wall pads varies depending on their purpose and more. Our team will take a variety of factors into consideration before designing your indoor and outdoor wall pads. The padding needs to both absorb and resist impact to prevent injuries. If the padding is so thick that athletes bounce off on impact, it can cause more injuries. However, if the padding is too thin, the athletes could get injured from the impact of the surface behind the pads, which can cause more harm. Padding is an exact science, and our experts are the best in the business. Here, our safety and design experts at Fieldwallpads.com will discuss how thick your various wall pads should be and how we determine the thickness we’ll make them at.
Keeping your school or organization’s athletic facilities maintained and up-to-date may seem like an easy task, but there is a great deal of work that goes in behind the scenes. This work results in high-quality, safe playing surfaces and facilities. However, the person in charge of this maintenance, whether it is an administrator, coach, or groundskeeper, knows the long hours and detailed work that goes into proper maintenance. People who are new to this industry may not understand how much work goes into maintaining playing fields, especially baseball and softball fields. At Fieldwallpads.com, our products are used in thousands of facilities across the country, and we know how much work it takes to maintain these properties. Here, we will discuss some things to keep in mind when maintaining your baseball and softball fields.
In sports across every level, from tee-ball to professional leagues, concussions have been and continue to be a relevant concern across the board. For years, we have been conducting our own research on our safety products to stay ahead of the curve and develop high-quality products that are proven to reduce injuries of all kinds, especially concussions. Though you may think of concussions occurring in more compact-driven sports, such as football, lacrosse, and basketball, they can also occur in other sports, like baseball and softball. Here, our safety experts at Fieldwallpads.com will discuss why you should invest in our products for your diamonds, as well as where you should install them at.
While there are plenty of companies out there that provide wall padding and other safety equipment for athletes, as a coach or administrator, you know that you need to do your research to find the best possible option for the safety of your athletes and fans. When you are doing your research, you need to look for the highest-rated equipment, the equipment with the best safety records, and more. At Fieldwallpads.com, our team has been creating and researching the highest-quality safety equipment for over 30 years and is constantly creating new products. Here, our team will explain what sets us apart.
Maintaining baseball and softball fields may seem simplistic, but a lot of behind-the-scenes work goes into the process. The groundskeeper, coaches, or whomever might be in charge of maintenance has a long task-list to ensure the fields have the best playing conditions, as well as ensuring the facilities look great for spectators. Building the facility is simple compared to maintaining it. Here, experts at Fieldwallpads.com have installed our products in thousands of stadiums and know what it takes to maintain a good facility.
MLB has had its share of major league injuries over the past few years. Many of these injuries occurred as a result of a player colliding with a wall that was not protected. And, as you might expect, these injuries could have been prevented had the organization responsible for the facility placed field wall pads along the wall or fence. If you are considering investing in wall pads for the safety of your male and female athletes, then read these cautionary tales below. They should help you make the right decision for your players.
It’s officially football season. Soon players will don their shoulder pads, cleats and helmets and rush out to roaring crowds.
More than 10,500 sports-related concussions (SPC’s) occur each year in the NCAA.A concussion is a traumatic injury to the brain that alters the way your brain functions.