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The A-Screen Pitching Screen


The A-Screen Pitching Screen

We designed the A-Screen, the newest, safest, and most portable pitching screen. Our patented design was engineered to ensure the pitcher complete protection during the follow through motion.

Superior design, protection and quality over the traditional L-Screen.

Join, ask questions, give your input, and be apart of the industry switch from the L-Screen to the new A-Screen.

Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
Members: 21
Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2017

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Comment by Dylan Morrow on February 20, 2015 at 5:46pm

Your A-Screen Pro should be landing in Sydney any minute now! Thanks for reaching out. We look forward to hearing how you like it.

Comment by Diamond Dreams on February 14, 2015 at 1:07am

We are looking forward to receiving our new screen from Morrow Sports.  Can't wait!

Comment by Dylan Morrow on January 31, 2015 at 12:36pm
Correct, and being a lefty I'm sure you can appreciate that. Our original portable version actually doesn't need to be moved at all:
Comment by Pelle Högström on January 31, 2015 at 12:25pm
I hear you, and I just thought of another positive about your screens, you don't need to move it so much if you switch between lefties and righties pitching...
Comment by Dylan Morrow on January 31, 2015 at 12:22pm
Ah, I understand what you mean now. Perhaps our design wouldn't accommodate that specific application efffectively. However, in keeeping with the need for protection, as is a screens dominant function, the curved and straight side of our A-Screens was designed because of the need/demand for a versatile screen that allows for both full motion pitching and underhand short toss in one unit.
Comment by Pelle Högström on January 31, 2015 at 11:52am
I'm actually more interested in not seing the ball hit the upper right corner (I'm a leftie) of the L-screen from a rightie pitcher, and your screens remove that part of the screen so the ball can fly...
Comment by Dylan Morrow on January 31, 2015 at 11:32am
Pelle, thanks for the comment. Yes, it does remove the danger of balls hit to the screen. It's shaped perfectly to keep your body protected while throwing a pitch. You can take your normal follow through and finish completely behind the screen without fear of getting tattooed in the back by a comebacker from the hitter. No additional movement is needed after the release of the ball to protect yourself because of the unique shape of the screen.
Comment by Pelle Högström on January 31, 2015 at 10:48am
Seems like an interesting solution, and also seems to remove a lot balls hit to the screen so you have no idea how the ball will go...

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