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Bold Branding & Sponsorship Opportunities: Enhance Mats presents an innovative way to showcase your baseball or softball team’s spirit and engage sponsors. Our custom on deck circles are not just functional; they’re a dynamic branding tool for your field.
Durable and Spike-Resistant: Designed to withstand the rigors of the game, our baseball and softball on deck circle mats resist spike damage, ensuring longevity and consistent performance.
Customized for Your Team: Featuring brilliant graphics and the ability to custom-design with your team logos, these mats offer a visually stunning representation of your team’s identity right on the field.
Generate Revenue with Sponsorships: Our on deck circle mats serve as a prime location for sponsorship displays, offering a unique opportunity to generate additional revenue for your program.
Versatile and Inspirational: Perfect for use on the field or throughout your athletic facilities, these sports logo mats are not just durable; they’re a source of inspiration. They symbolize unity, team spirit, and the competitive edge that defines your team.
Where Should Your Logo Shine? Ask yourself where in your facility you can further inspire players, unite fans, and showcase your pride. Our custom on deck circles are a perfect answer.
Showcase your team pride:
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In Baseball (and Softball) the next batter in line to bat traditionally waits on the on-deck circle in the foul territory. This is colloquially referred to as being in-the-hole.
The on-deck circle can simple be a circle in bare dirt, a circle painted onto artificial turf or at the college and professional level, the on-deck circle in made from artificial material such as turf or carpet. Teams paint or add their logo in the center.
Baseball On Deck Circles provide the next batter their defined space and a quality on deck circle helps to reduce high-traffic wear. This assists field managers in maintenance while providing a great spot for the team logo or sponsorship opportunity.
No, warm up stretches should be done before you step up to the On Deck Circle. There are 4 critical routines that should be done before you step up at-bat, so stretching before hand will allow you to focus on the critical preparations.
Having a specific plan for your time in-the-hole will make you a better hitter. “You can’t think and hit at the same time”. But, being prepared, aware of the pitcher and knowing what situation you are stepping into will make you a smarter hitter.
Optimum preparation at the Baseball On Deck Circle will make you a better and smarter hitter.