Wristbands Used to Relay Baseball Signals

Baseball players in high school and college are now using wristbands to get signals from their coaches during games. Players wear wristbands with a coded grid of plays. To relay a play call all the coach needs to do is yell out (or hand signal) a three digit code to the player. Using the number code the player simply looks up the play on the wristband.

Adam Jones of the Baltimore Orioles taking a swing

By wearing the wristband each player has the teams complete playbook on their wrist. Players no longer need to memorize a plethora of complicated hand signals for each play. Missing or misinterupting a play call will no longer be an issue. Not only do the wristbands provide a quick way to relay play calls, they also prevent the other team from picking off your signs.

Baseball Wristbnands

Own The Zone Sports offers these baseball wristbands along with the software to program all your offensive and defensive plays. Over 500 college baseball and softball teams, including 12 NCAA national champions, are using Own The Zone Sports wristbands so you know they work!


If your baseball team is looking to get a competive advantage, baseball wristbands are definitely a smart move.

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