PITTSBURGH, Feb. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- InventHelp® introduces a product that helps users of all skill levels to learn the proper grip and finger placement for all major league pitches.
Endorsed by former Major League Baseball player and Cy Young winner Jack McDowell, "Gripz" simplifies the process of learning how to pitch a traditional baseball through the use of a textured gripping surface. This modified ball features five grooves designed specifically to indicate finger placement on the ball. These grooves are numbered one through five, providing the user with a quick and easy way to recognize where to place their fingers for each type of pitch. This baseball accessory encourages muscle memory for all major league pitch hand positioning, helping pitchers of all skill levels to improve their game.
This invention emulates the feel of a traditional baseball through the incorporation of artificial seams. This will not only allow an easy transition from Gripz to a regular baseball, but also serves as another way to indicate where to place one's fingers for various pitches. Gripz also helps to serve as a teaching tool for parents and coaches of young baseball players interested in learning how to pitch. Suggested retail price: $34.99, plus shipping and handling.
InventHelp® is seeking marketers and distributors in the sporting goods industry. Gripz is available on www.inventhelpstore.com, a website of innovative new products by InventHelp's licensing and product marketing partner Intromark Incorporated. For more information, or for ordering, contact us at 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222; call (800) 851-6030 or (412)288-1368; fax (412) 338-0497.
Manufacturers interested in reviewing additional inventions and new product ideas can contact Intromark by filling out an online request to review new product ideas at www.intromark.com or emailing licensing@Intromark.com.