Prep Baseball Report

Prep Baseball Report, WebFlex Announce Partnership

PBR Staff

Prep Baseball Report and WebFlex — two companies that know something about revolutionizing their industries — are excited to announce a long-term partnership that will help introduce WebFlex products to the baseball world.

WebFlex is a new company with success and innovation in its DNA. The company makes a variety of protective screens, which will show up at Prep Baseball Report events from coast to coast.

WebFlex will work with Prep Baseball Report on a number of projects, including support of the new PBR All-American Game, set to debut on Sept. 23 in Milwaukee. The partnership will expand over time as both companies continue to grow."

WebFlex has the most durable, innovative protective screens I've ever seen. The ball just dies when it hits the screen, thanks to their design and build quality," PBR President Sean Duncan said. "In addition to making high-level products, the principals of WebFlex are top-notch guys who have dominated other industries."

"This protective screen is so much better that it's hard to believe it hadn't been thought of before."

WebFlex builds ultra-durable screens that protect both hitters and pitchers by using proprietary technology to absorb shock. The patent-pending design dissipates the energy of a baseball or softball that hits the screen, bending but never breaking. The design, combined with the quality of the construction and materials, means the screen is guaranteed to last.

In fact, it was the flimsiness of other screens that led to the launch of WebFlex by the founders of Bad Boy Mowers. They are baseball fans who coach at the youth level and have strong relationships with players across the major and minor leagues. They noticed that most protective screens were fragile and practically disposable.

With the same mindset that made Bad Boy Mowers the fastest-growing zero-turn mower in the country — which meant using thicker steel and the best build quality, coupled with innovative design — they set out to build the world's best screen."It just takes seconds to realize just how much better the WebFlex is compared to existing screens," WebFlex co-owner Lennie Foree said. "We get a lot of, 'This seems so simple, I can't believe no one has thought of this before!'

"It really is better from the mound up. Better steel, stronger joints, and components built around the revolutionary shock-absorbing isolators. We're just really excited about the WebFlex lineup of protective screens."

The current WebFlex product line includes 4-by7-foot and 7-by-7-foot L-screens, a 4-by-7 Z-screen, and a pitching target.

WebFlex is an innovative and exciting new entry into the sports equipment market by the same team that built the Bad Boy Mower brand of commercial-grade zero-turn mowers for more than 20 years.

Their ongoing commitment to delivering stronger products with more innovation — and all at a better value — is core to the legacy of the engineers, innovators, and marketing knowledge that made Bad Boy Mowers a dominant force in the zero-turn mower market, and continues with the entire WebFlex product lineup.


Prep Baseball Report brings together baseball events with scouting and digital coverage in a combination unmatched by any other organization. PBR has established itself as a leader in both content and events around amateur baseball, and over the last 15 years has grown to cover the United States and Canada from coast to coast.

PBR employs scouting experts at both the state and national levels, with boots on the ground wherever baseball is played. PBR also conducts more than 1,000 events for youth and high school performance baseball players nationwide, with showcases and tournaments.

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