Whether you’re starting your own Plastic Baseball league or just looking to improve your game, here’s some plastic baseball equipment that you’ll want to have.
The Best Plastic Ball
Sure, the official Wiffle Ball is great, but after lots of testing, our top choice is the ‘Swiss Cheese’ style ball. Our favorite is the Easton Training Baseball.
With this ball, you’ll get more realistic movement. A 5-year old can make a regular Wiffle Ball curve. The Easton ball plays more like a regular baseball.
One of the most annoying things about the official Wiffle Ball is that it can be difficult to throw in a straight line. The Easton ball is easier to control. Since the Easton ball has holes cut uniformly throughout, it’s not as affected by the air around it, and behaves like a solid ball.
We tested about 10 different kinds of plastic balls. We liked the Easton ball the best and chose it as our official ball. Why not try it for yourself?
The Best Plastic Bat
The standard yellow Wiffle Ball bat is OK, but there are so many better options. Our top choice is the black Louisville Slugger bat. It used to be known as the Ken Griffey, Jr. bat, but the company that makes these changed the name. It’s still the same bat though.
When I picked up this bat for the first time, I knew it was better than any bat I had ever used. It’s lightweight and packed with power.
The size of this bat is more like a regular baseball bat. The yellow bat is like a skinny stick. The black Louisville Slugger bat actually has a barrel on it.
When we started using this bat, the number of home runs we hit increased. Yours will too. You will hit the ball farther and hit more home runs with this bat. It’s the best bat for the price.