The ORIGINAL baseball portable pitching game mounds company, True Pitch, Inc., has been a trademark in baseball for nearly 50 years. True Pitch Mounds are the ONLY portable game mounds approved by these baseball organizations; Little League, Babe Ruth, Cal Ripken, Pony and Dixie Leagues. These high quality mounds are used in the best baseball parks in the U.S.-and worldwide.
The True Pitch team is excited to be on site for the 2019 National Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference in Baltimore September 24-26!
We are set up in the Exhibit Hall ready to show you how the ORIGINAL portable baseball mound can give your recreation and parks program a shot in the arm.
By working with True Pitch, you can:
Greatly reduce maintenance costs associated with city, county or state owned baseball fields. Our portable mounds require next to no maintenance at all.
Increase revenue by hosting tournaments or leagues for a variety of ages. Our portable mounds make it possible for you to host different age division on the same fields, increasing your scope of offerings and potential for revenue.
Ensure a consistent pitching service, promoting fair play and safety. Our products are designed to exact specifications and the only portable mounds approved for game and tournament use by Little League International, Babe [ … ]
Brad Lamberti manages our Divisional Sales and is our Field Consultant. Brad has baseball in his blood, playing three years of varsity ball at Southeast Polk High School in Altoona, Iowa. He then played at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC), Texas A&M Corpus Christi and the University of Central Oklahoma.
After finishing his playing career – Brad was a catcher – he coached at DMACC for two years. He joined the True Pitch team nearly four years ago.
Brad loves his work at True Pitch.
“The game has been a part of my life forever and to have this opportunity to still be in the industry is awesome,” he says. “It may not be lacing up the spikes and playing but being able to communicate with coaches around and talk baseball is very enjoyable to me.”
Brad is married and has a young son. In his free time he serves as a youth [ … ]