MacGregor® Magnetic Super Base - Little League® Approved!

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      MacGregor Magnetic Super Base aids in reducing the risk of serious injury to sliding players. According to Rule 1.06 from the Little League rule book, "Beginning with the 2008 season, it has become mandatory that all leagues use bases that disengage their anchor." Bases release when the magnetic attraction between the base and magnetic fixture are overcome by excessive force from a short slide. Includes durable rubber base cover with a ribbed surface to reduce the risk of slipping, steel stanchion pad, ground insert and 3 interchangeable plate sizes that bolt to the bottom of the base pan to adjust the holding strength of the base to the anchor. Designed to fit all female-style ground anchors (not included). Regulation size is 15" x 15" x 3". Make sure you're adhering to this advancement in player safety with the MacGregor Magnetic Super Base.  

NOTE: Even bases designed to reduce sliding injuries are not a substitute for using proper sliding techniques.
 

LITTLE LEAGUE® APPROVED.  

Reduce the risk of serious injury to sliding players with this unique base designed for all ages.  According to Rule 1.06 of the Little League® rule book, Beginning with the 2008 season, it has become mandatory that all leagues utilize bases that disengage their anchor.

Features:

      • Bases release when the magnetic attraction between the base and magnetic fixture are overcome by excessive force from a short slide.
      • 3 different plate sizes that bolt to the bottom of the base pan to adjust the holding strength of the base to the anchor.
      • Base cover has a ribbed surface design to reduce the risk of slipping.
        Durable rubber base cover and steel stanchion pan for excellent durability.
      • Regulation size 15" x 15" x 3".
      • Designed to fit all female style ground anchors, not included.

Complete Base - includes base cover, stanchion pan, ground insert and 3 interchangeable plates to adjust holding strength.

Note: Even bases designed to reduce sliding injuries are not a substitute for using proper sliding techniques