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 have installed our products in thousands of stadiums and know what it takes to maintain a good facility.

Maintenance & Safety Tips

1.      Reference the Checklist: The Foundation for Safer Athletic Fields has compiled a detailed field safety and maintenance kit that is very useful when managing a facility. It covers a variety of topics, such as playing surfaces, turf, fencing, padding, when facilities need to be checked, and more.


2.      Use Field Conditioner: This useful tool allows you to maintain your field through rough weather. Not only does the playing surface improve, but soil compaction and rainouts are reduced, allowing athletes from both organizations to compete at their highest level.


3.      Dry Fields: Ensuring the sand or clay on your playing surface is dry is one of the hardest aspects of maintaining a facility. The weather is unpredictable, and maintaining the facility grounds is crucial to player safety. Puddle sponges, drying agents, and raking can help in the short-term, but re-leveling the field yearly is the most permanent solution.


4.      Test Turf and Soil: Maintaining a healthy looking field is difficult, but there are many things you can do to ensure your facilities are taken care of. Buying a soil probe is an easy way to maintain the soil. By using the probe at various spots around the field, you can check compaction, moisture, root growth, and more and adjust your maintenance schedule accordingly.


5.      Proper Safety Features: With our own independent research, has created the most durable, protective padding options for a variety of facilities. Evaluating your facilities and ensuring areas that present a high chance of injury are padded is important for the safety of all athletes and fans.


6.      Constantly Evolve: Safety standards and facilities are constantly changing. In order to maintain your facility, you need to constantly check standards to ensure you’re following protocol. There are many online and in-person trainings you can take to learn more on proper groundskeeping techniques and standards. 

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