For more than a century, the dirt used on baseball diamond infields has served a special place in our culture. Whether nurturing groundballs from little leaguers or serving as a well-manicured cushion for Major League Baseball players sliding into second base, it's a crucial part of America's pastime.
But ball diamond 'dirt' is actually particularly fine-textured sand, especially suited to the peculiar demands of the game. It's composed of a mix of sand, clay and silt. It is not recommended for planting applications. This product can also be used for equestrian venues.