STEE-RIKE 3 STORY
The Stee-Rike 3 began in 1990 as a science project. Jason hated throwing Wiffle® type balls to his younger brother Brantley, so he invented a pitching machine. Brantley's batting average went from .320 to .547, and things never slowed down. From local to national stores and now an entire line of training balls engineered with hard-durable plastics, Stee-Rike 3 remains a family business with Jason's father David running the company. Our thanks to national stores and the media for their belief in youth, family, and America.
Keep the letters coming on how Stee-Rike 3 has increased your batting average.