Batting Cages in Gilbert


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  • Batters Box
    Three baseball cages and three softball cages housed in the indoor Batters Box facility hurl their best stuff into the strike zone so that baseball players can polish their cuts. Various settings enable all levels to improve, serving slower pitches to younger and less-experienced players and transforming into hecklers so experienced players can master their game faces. Batter’s Box also employs a couple of decorated instructors in Jerry Hairston Sr., a 14-year major leaguer and father to two current pros, and Autumn Champion, a former standout at the University of Arizona and current record holder for the fourth-highest softball batting average in the nation.
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    7620 N Hartman Ln.
    Marana, AZ US
  • Smart Shopper Card
    The Smart Shopper Card sparks local adventures and facilitates fundraising with gift cards full of discounted and free activities, meals, and retail opportunities. Specialties include passes to relaxing salon and spa services, and entry to child-friendly activities such as laser tag arenas, roller rinks, and trampoline parks. Like a baseball card carelessly left in a time machine, these gift cards can yield more than 10 times their selling price, and through Smart Shopper Card's fundraising programs, this raw retail power can be harnessed for the good of society.
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    1949 W Ray Rd # 8
    Chandler, AZ US
  • Home Run Stadium
    Home Run Stadium has prevailed as one of the largest high-dome batting cages in Arizona for more than two decades, housing eight baseball and six softball cages. For a full hour, sluggers can face off against pitching machines that deliver high-speed cheddar spheres or slow, more subtly fragrant gouda gobs (35–85 mph). Nocturnal guests can wait out the unforgiving glare of the sun and use one of 10 lighted cages, and short shortstops can perfect their swing in the tee-ball area designated for little-league hopefuls. Swing for the scoreboards on Jupiter as fans watch while noshing on concessions from the adobe-colored benches outside of the cages.
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    1829 E Main St
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Arizona World of Baseball
    Established in 2001, Arizona World of Baseball has been helping baseball players, softball aficionados, and lumberjacks develop fluid techniques that pack more pop than a case of Coke, depending on location. AWB’s baseball lessons are designed for budding baseballers between the ages of five and 18 and offer an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of hitting fastballs, throwing changeups, or corralling swarms of wasps in one's mitt. Each lesson takes place inside a 20,000-square-foot facility and focuses on developing the proper balance, mental approach, hand path, vision, and sunflower-seed snacking while also providing drills that can be practiced at home.
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    1730 E Elliot Rd
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Kiwanis Park Batting Range
    Saunter up to Kiwanis Park Batting Range and use the 20 tokens toward a variety of machines and cages, designed for baseballers of all skill levels. Ten lighted cages and eight cages that contain dual pitching machines provide multifaceted ball-whacking delight. Many machines can heave stitched spheres at speeds ranging from 30–75 m.p.h from 45 feet. Six slow pitch softball machines check larger targets, while a T-ball area is available for youngsters unable to face the wrath of the regular cages. Bats and helmets are available for use, and the only age requirement is that batters be able to hold and swing a bat without assistance (click here for the full list of rules). In between bat-based bashes, swing by the general concession area to snag some refueling soda, candy, or other energy titillating snack.
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    6005 South All American Way
    Tempe, AZ US
  • AZ Grip-N-Rip Baseball Training Facility
    AZ Grip-N-Rip Batting Cages provides a space for aspiring athletes to hone all the basics of their game. In fully-enclosed batting cages, hitters train both eyes and muscles to deal with consistent-speed pitches as the machines at the other end of the cage spit out either baseballs or softballs. Meanwhile, at soft toss stations or regulation-sized clay mounds, pitchers practice the subtle handholds that produce spin or the full body power behind a fastball. Nine coaches?many with Major League experience playing for teams like the Atlanta Braves, the Chicago White Sox, and the New York Mets?provide pointers and training regimens that really help students improve their game, running one-on-one lessons, group classes, and even baseball camps, where students learn important skills, like how to build a fire by rubbing two bats together.
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    18395 S 186th Way
    Queen Creek, AZ US