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Portable Pitching Mound / Construction: Be sure to use a square to insure the quality of the marking dimensions. 3. Beginning at the 3’ mark, measure down 1” and make a mark. Proceed to the 4’ mark and measure 2” down, 5’ - 3” down and so on until the last mark, at the 8’ mark, is 6” down the board.
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How to build an easy to move portable pitching mound for under $150.00? That's the question I asked! Follow these easy steps to make your own pitchers mound cheap. Well, I did it on my own and ...
How to Make a Portable Pitching Mound. I cut and glued them into the shape of a mound. then cover it with 2 layers of 24 oz fiberglass cloth and wet it out with resin. after it cured I cut out the foam and covered it with artifial turf. the foam was only used as a mold in this case. If you use plywood in this case you would not be able...
Staple on or nail on outdoor carpet for turf-like feel to the pitching mound. Cut 1 foot of 1-by-4 piece of wood and nail it at the top of platform, centered, no less than 6-to-7 inches from the back of the platform. This is your pitching rubber.
PORTABLE PITCHER'S MOUND. The required slope is 1 inch per foot, so starting at the 3' mark, use a square and make a mark 1 inch below the edge of the board. At 4', make a mark 2 inches below the edge of the board and so on at each one foot interval. The last mark, at the end of the board, will be 6 inches down the square.
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The line from home plate through the pitcher’s mound to second base should run east-northeast to keep the sun out of the pitcher’s eyes. Place the pitcher’s plate 60 ft 6 in (18.44 m) from the back of home plate. Measure the distance from the back of home plate to the front of the pitcher’s plate with a tape measurer.
The dimensions of the mound are 84" x 42". The end with the pitching rubber is the full width of a 2x6 (~5 1/2" ) and it tapers down to 2" at the bottom. I choose that height because in little league the mound is 6" above home plate. The flat section with the rubber is 22" inches wide before it begins to taper.