WHAT IS A RAGBALL?
RagBall claim to deliver much of the action of real baseballs. However, while they may be safe thanks to their textile inner core and spun yarn winding, they certainly are much softer than a real baseball. Unfortunately they are too soft. Therefore it is not a viable option for baseball batting practice at competitive level.
They are soft and lightweight with polyester covers and are stuffed with textile fabrics. Great for all ages, especially children learning how to throw and catch.
The fabric-covered balls can even be washed and dried, often advertised as machine washable.
The official safety ball of the American Softball Assoc. (ASA). The “No sting- cloth covered balls” are widely distributed. They are produced in many sizes and colors. They have styles names specific to their purpose. Their product line includes Ragball Softball 12”, Ragball Softball 16”, Sporttime Ragball and Ragball No Sting Fluoresant.
Ragball vs Smushball
In regards to a indoor solution for batting practice. If attempting to t compare Ragball to the Smushball the Ragball fails miserably.
Smushballs vs Ragballs
Other alternatives to baseballs are: Wiffle Ball, Whiffle Ball, Pickle Ball, Rag Ball, Baseball, Indoor baseball, Indoor softball, Safety Ball, Batting Practice Ball(s), Jugs Balls, Plastic baseball, Dimple Ball, Plastic Golf balls, Baseball, Training, Physical education ball, T-Ball, Flip Ball, Total Control Ball, TCB Ball, Perforated Plastic Balls, Pitching Machine Balls, Soft Foam Safety Balls, ASI Heavy Duty Plastic Balls, Dimpled Balls.