Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator - 3/2/2 Count

PI3B Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count

Hover for
larger image

  • PI3B Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count
  • PI3B-Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count Flat
  • PI3B-Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count Top
  • PI3B-Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count Side
  • PI3B-Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count Bottom
  • PI3B-Markwort Oversized Balls First 3-Dial Plastic Umpire Indicator 3/2/2 Count In Hand
$4.99
Sorry, we only have 225 available.
In Stock Order by 2:30 PM ET, same business day shipping available! FREE Returns on This Item
(Contiguous U.S.)
Out of Stock

Notify me when this item is back in stock.

Description

Balls first umpire indicator has balls and strikes in the call order you announce them.

Features

  • Max numbers of 3 balls, 2 strikes and 2 outs eliminates having to "double-click" to get past the unnecessary 4th ball, 3rd strike or 3rd out
  • Dial Count: Counter for up to 3 balls, 2 strikes and 2 outs. Less numbers on each wheel allow for larger numbers making them easier to read
  • Dial Order: Balls on-top, strikes, outs
  • Dial Color: White
  • Number Color: Red
  • Material: Durable, lightweight construction with plasticouter layer
  • Weight: 1.4 ounces
  • Height: 3 3/4" inches, almost 5/8 inches longer than standard indicators
  • Fits easily in any ball bag.

#PI3B

  • Share:

Customer Reviews

Average:

Andy L.

Ellicott City, MD

April 22, 2019
Indicator is larger than most but the numbers are easy to read and it has balls on top as it should.

Pat C.

Rancho Cordova, CA

March 24, 2019
A very good indicator three balls on top, two strikes in the middle, and two outs on the bottom. No need for anything else. Very easy to notice the clicking when you turn the dials. Difficult to make a mistake with it. This is the only indicator that I will purchase, and I have been doing this since 1992.

Larry V.

Parma, OH

August 12, 2018
As mentioned by others: Balls on top, Strikes in the middle, Outs on the bottom. Ain't that how we call them out anyway?

See All Reviews»

Submit Review

Questions About This Product

Be the first to ask a question about this product!

Ask A Question

Articles Related To This Product

Keep Your Umpire Indicator Letters from Fading

An umpire customer offers a simple tip to keep your indicator looking sharp.

Name

Location

Question

Note: Our records show you have already submitted a review of this product. Submitting again will replace your previous review.

Rating

Name

Location

Review