Driveline Hitting PlyoCare Balls

Plus Price: $39.00$537.00

– Improve barrel control and stay strong through point of contact

– Inflation allows for immediate feedback on quality of contact

– Durable PVC shell designed built to be used every day

– 4 different weights create a different stimulus at impact

Recommended age: 10+


Full set of PlyoCare balls includes:

– Navy Blue: 350g

– Royal Blue: 300g

– Sky Blue: 250g

– White: 200g



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Real-time Swing Quality Feedback

Develop a Better Swing 

  Driveline Hitting PlyoCare (or “hitting plyos”) balls help athletes evaluate their swing path and give instant feedback on the quality of their contact. The slight overload of the balls allows the hitter to be strong through contact with the ball. Hitting PlyoCare balls are built to be hit everyday. The extra air in the ball gives on contact to protect metal bats.   

How to Use Hitting PlyoCare Balls?

  These balls can be integrated directly into daily hitting drill work. We do daily drill and machine work with baseballs and vary the dose of PlyoCare work by hitter.

Off-Set Front Toss: A Hitting Drill Example

    We use both baseballs and hitting plyos for this and many other drills inside the facility. Athletes progress from tee work to underhand front toss to overhead toss with these balls. The variation of both the incoming trajectory and speed plus the variation of the ball weight makes for a challenging, adaptive training environment that speeds mechanical improvements and reinforces good movements and good contact.

What Does a Mishit Look Like?

First swing is a mishit, second swing is on plane.


Mishit PlyoCare versus a Mishit Baseball


How Do They Work?

Drill work with these balls reinforces 3 critical aspects of the swing:
  1. Being on plane. Choppy or too-steep swings will result in very poor contact.
  2. Being precise with the barrel. Even on-plane swings that do not hit the right part of the ball will generate bad contact.
  3. Strong point of contact. Hitters who do not deliver the barrel with force get physical feedback to strength their point of contact.
  Hitting PlyoCare balls are sand-filled weighted hitting training balls with a flexible, durable PVC shell. A full set includes 4 different weights to vary and progress your training: – Navy Blue: 350g – Royal Blue: 300g – Sky Blue: 250g – White: 200g  

See Them in Action


Additional information

Weight 311 oz

Athlete Set (8 of each), Team Set (24 of each), Youth Set (4 sets of 3)