It’s March. The smell of baseball is in the air. Spring Training baseball is actually televised, and the World Baseball Classic starts tomorrow. You should’ve signed your kid up for Little League by now. (If you haven’t, what are you waiting for?) Make sure your son is prepared for Opening Day by getting him new equipment, because there’s some dynamite savings available on baseball and softball stuff over at Amazon today. Here’s just a sample:
Normally $20, this glove-ball combo is 64 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Franklin Sports RTP Teeball Performance Gloves & Ball Combo on sale for $6.99
Normally $25, this equipment bag is 66 percent off today. It comes in five different color options (Photo via Amazon)
Franklin Sports Junior Equipment Bag on sale for $8.49
Normally $90, this target and return set is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Franklin MLB 2-in-1 Pitch Target & Return Trainer Set on sale for $35.99
Normally $70, this return net is 53 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Franklin Sports MLB Flyback Multiposition Return Trainer on sale for $32.99
Normally $30, this base set is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Franklin Sports MLB Throw-Down 5 Piece Rubber-Tek Base Set on sale for $11.99
Normally $60, this tee is 50 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Franklin Sports MLB Pro-Grade Portable Tee on sale for $29.99
Normally $90, this speed gun is 39 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun on sale for $54.99
Give your kid all the tools he needs to be the best out on the diamond this upcoming season.
Baseball and Softball Equipment — up to 50 percent off (and more)
This kid is ready to dominate the Little League competition (Photo via Amazon)
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