Official League Recreational Baseballs
Rated 5 out of 5 by NotABaseballLover from It looks good My dad bought this ball in 2016 (it’s 2023 now) and although it hasn’t been used it at all, it is a nice souvenir to have.
Date published: 2023-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Long lasting and functional I have been using a set of these baseballs for practice throwing and hitting for over 15 years. They hold their color well and don't warp or tear at the seams. They have withstood sitting in the heat and cold of a garage every year beautifully. The only drawbacks would be that the ink smudges a little when hit, and the synthetic covers occasionally leave a thin white film of plastic on an aluminum bat when hit. However, the film can easily be rubbed off. If you want practice balls on a budget and you don't mind synthetic covers, they're a good bet!
Date published: 2018-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from STINKS The olb3 baseball is more like cage baseball!!! Didn’t travel far max out mabie 250 (+-20 ft)... The two Rawlings Little League RS leathers I purchased AWSOME!!! I’m a 35 year old batting coach for a fiew different teams and I hit what I was calling money balls (LL RS leathers) and out of four B.B. 1 went yard over middle sized fence @ 330 ft to left center! Also create more backspin and all were to fence almost 100 more feet!!! I would say invest your money in the Rawlings little league leather with RS and wouldn’t suggest these baseballs for anything other than contact practice baseballs only... Here’s some pics from my session in batting cage with students (only me). Can explain if u just don’t get proper batting tecnique?
Date published: 2018-08-06
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