Baseball in Long Island City


Select Local Merchants

  • Diamond Nation
    With a baseball training academy led by MLB player Jack Cust and a softball training center led by Olympian Jennie Finch, Diamond Nation hosts a staff of professional players and coaches who cull their collective NCAA, MLB, and Olympic experience to refine the hitting, pitching, and fielding skills of burgeoning legends. The Jack Cust Baseball Academy and Jennie Finch Softball Academy share a well-equipped space and employ staffers who personalize player instruction.
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    129 River Road
    Flemington, NJ US
  • Rising Stars Fencing Academy
    Adrenaline-pumping fitness and thrilling combat come together in Rising Star Fencing Academy's classes. The United States Fencing Association-member studio's lessons are suited to children as young as 6, and every level teaches creative strategy as it hones stamina, agility, and mental discipline. On a long, rectangular dueling area, coaches and students practice the complex foot- and hand-work for all three fencing styles?foil, sabre, and epee?all using the traditional scoring system. This intensive training is possible, in part, because of the academy's rigorous adherence to safety standards: all students are outfitted with a steel mesh mask and clothed in standard-issue force fields.
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    195 Paterson Ave.
    Little Falls, NJ US
  • Astoria Sports Complex
    The family-run Astoria Sports Complex offers batting cages and indoor soccer, and has one of the largest fitness centers around. The facility got its start more than 30 years ago, when owner Steve Poliseno converted an abandoned ice house, purchased at auction, into the gigantic sports complex it is today. The most recent addition to the facility is a gigantic, Olympic-sized swimming pool, where kids can take lessons and prepare to be the Model U.N. delegate from Atlantis.
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    34-38 38th Street
    Long Island City, NY US
  • Baseball Center Nyc
    The Baseball Center’s arsenal of pitching machines ranges from the simplistic to the intricate. Three cages are set aside for baseball pitches of varying speeds, two for softball practice, and one for a ProBatter Simulator as well.
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    202 West 74th Street
    New York, NY US
  • Brooklyn Cyclones
    With only 7,500 seats, every spot in MCU Park offers a great view of the action on the field (and the Atlantic ocean beyond). Special games entertain kids between innings, and kids get special perks as members of the free Brooklyn Tykeclones kids club, including early access to the post-game Run the Bases.
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    1902 Surf Ave
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • The Cage-Baseball
    The Cage’s practice facility helps players hone their game with eight turfed batting cages suitable for individual or team training. Other amenities include remote-control ball feeders and adjustable practice tees.
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    6240 Metropolitan Ave
    Flushing, NY US
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