Field Materials

SAF Chalk


SKU: Chalk Categories: ,

Product Description

  • Calcium Carbonate white chalk that is ideal for traditional chalked lines
  • Comes in 50 lb. bags
  • Can be used with Newstripe Chalkers or the Chalk Boxes for a professional look

Clay Bricks

  • Used for mounds, batters, and catchers areas
  • Bricks are approximately 8″ x 4″ x 2 1/4″
  • Sold in full skid quantities
SKU: ClayBricks Categories: , ,
Mar Mound Clay bag

Turface MarMound All Purpose Clay

  • High density red clay material
  • Used in high wear areas on the mound (toe and landing areas) or in the batter’s boxes.
  • Screened at 1/2″ to remove debris and “sift” the material
  • Works well with conditioners and amendments
  • Used at all levels of play from Youth League, High Schools or Professionally
  • Available in Truckload quantities (bulk), 50lb bags or 1,000 lb or 2,000 lb super sacks.
SKU: MC-1000 Categories: , ,

Product Description

New Mound and Homeplate Construction Recommended Quantities

BaseballMound9'10" Height7 tons
Homeplate13' 4" Depth12 tons
SoftballPitching Circle8'4" Depth5 tons
Homeplate10'4" Depth10 tons
YouthMound5'6" Height3 tons
Homeplate10'4" Depth8 tons
*Quantity shown is approximate quantities only. Please call our office or contact your sales representative to discuss your unique situation.


“I made the switch to Mar Mound Clay because of how much time it saves compared to other brands. I wanted to be able to patch with something straight out of the bag, and I also wanted every bag to be just as consistent as the next. There is absolutely zero prep work involved with Mar Mound Clay, which saves me at least 15 minutes each day compared to my old products.
I was willing to sacrifice a little wear tolerance when I made the decision to switch, but it turned out that Mar Mound Clay actually holds up just as well if not better in some situations than the competitors. It handles rain much better than my previous product, and cracking during excessive sunlight is not as much of a problem either.”

-Thomas Trotter
Head Groundskeeper, Nashville Sounds