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Discussion: Strike zone mat

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May 17
lajefeballard

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Hi, SSUSA rule 1.62 states in part "The mat shall be made of rubber or other suitable material." Can someone please clarify the definition of "other suitable material? Thanks
May 17
DaveDowell
Men's 70
4354 posts
I've seen/heard about plywood and fiberglass strike mats. Both are reputed to be durable and will make an obvious audible sound when the ball hits it, aiding in ball/strike calls. Hope this helps.
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