Charles Hinton, a mathematics teacher, designed a gunpowder-powered Baseball pitching machine in 1897. It was first used in Princeton University for the school's baseball team batting practice.
Sports Authority does sell both baseball and softball pitching machines. Prices range from $120 to upwards of $4000 for the professional model.
Animals are not invented. Machines are invented. Animals are not machines,
Stephen Clark, operator of Singer Sowing Machines, who invented the hall in 1936
There are a lot of different pitching machines that you can get for home use. How much you will spend depends on the features you want. There are low-end models available for around $100, and other models upwards from $2500. This site offers photos of several models, along with info about features and pricing: http://www.ipitchingmachines.com/pitching-machines/baseball-pitching-machines/15063+4294976477+4294976946.cfm?source=googleaw&kwid=baseball%20pitching%20machines&tid=exact
Machines were invented to make work easier.
a humanArcimedies invented simple machines
the adding machines were invented in 1878
Nobody knows who invented compound machines.
Companies that produce quality pitching machines include MasterPitch and Hitting World. These two companies product the best quality hitting machines.
Whilst some baseball purists think that pitching machines are bad, they are in fact an extremely good tool to use. A baseball pitching machine can help you practise your swing and hitting skills without having to rely on anyone else being around to throw the ball for you. They can also throw faster pitches than your friends can pitch to you, which helps you to really improve your swing. With the more expensive pitching machines they can even simulate throws for you to practise catching. All in all, they are a great tool to help you become a better baseball player.
You can find pitching machines at http://baseballtips.com/pitchingmachines.html. They have over 30 machines to choose from, all with different features.