Champion Sports Molded Rubber Baseball Base Plug. Fits all conventional inground bases. Top Selling Item.
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Plug your base anchors when the field is not in use with the molded Champion Sports Molded Rubber Base Plug. Designed to last, the base plug fits all conventional in-ground bases.
- Fits all conventional in ground bases
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R. CALLEJAS (Arizona) on December 2, 2016
Excellent product wooks great on ball fields I would recommend this Product to everyone thanks epic
J. J. TANNERBAUER (California) on September 24, 2016
Very happy with these base plugs...they fit great, and the price was reasonable!
C. MCCUTCHEON (South Carolina) on September 23, 2016
S. LEMKE (Wisconsin) on February 6, 2014
I bought both Champion and Markwort brand plugs to see which did better for our little league fields. They both would get damaged if rolled over with the infield rakes pulled by carts. So, if don't set them in all the way and protect them while dragging the field, both brands will suffer damage. One of the brands were a bit heavier and thicker, but I can't remember which one. If the listing shows the weight, I'd go with the heavier one, otherwise they are both pretty comparable and should hold up unless they are mistreated.
B. FOGG (California) on October 8, 2013
Perfect! Just what we needed!