Baseball in Summit


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  • The Perfect Swing
    Unlike an outdoor field, The Perfect Swing's more than 60,000 sq. ft. facility isn't ever affected by bad weather or movie crews shooting yet another inspiring comeback story. The sound of cracking bats and thudding balls fills the training space rain or shine year-round. Baseball and softball players face off against seven automatic pitching machines, which hurl balls at speeds between 35–70 miles per hour, while pitchers work their arms in 17 practice tunnels. The Perfect Swing also offers four indoor turf fields for year-round baseball, softball, and soccer. Shoppers who are looking to stock up on softball and baseball equipment can visit the on-site store. Athletes aren't left to swing and throw blindly, though. The Perfect Swing boasts a staff of more than 25 baseball and softball instructors, including many current and former professional players. During private and group instruction, these experts help students hone fundamental skills in areas such as hitting, pitching, catching, fielding, and agility. Instructors also lead outdoor baseball camps during the summer months.
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    8251 Lemont Rd
    Darien, IL US
  • Chicago Cubs
    What makes it great: one of baseball’s most historic ballparks—more than a century old, with new additions in 2015; much beloved (and maligned) sports team; great camaraderie and legendary bleachers
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    1060 W Addison St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Stella's
    Outside, snow falls, wind rattles leaf-less branches, and winter blankets the landscape. Then the crack of the bat rings out. That sound of summer is available all year long at Stella's, which offers heated indoor batting cages in the winter and open-air outdoor cages in the summer. An onsite bats and gloves shop outfits players with stacks of Easton and Wilson A2000 mitts and Louisville Slugger and DeMarini bats. As the sight of pop flies and line drives keep summer always within reach, so too do the aromas of Vienna hot dogs, bratwursts, and burgers wafting through the air. Stella's restaurant also provides ball players and their families with homemade Italian ice and soft-serve ice cream. To celebrate turning another year older or finally getting zombie Babe Ruth on the team, Stella's offers party packages that include good eats, game tokens, and batting cages.
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    3903 Joliet Avenue
    Lyons, IL US
  • Mlb Advanced Media
    MLB.TV® allows subscribers to watch regular season games live or on-demand with a variety of Internet-connected devices that include Macs, PCs, PS3s, and even iPhones (with an additional At Bat™ 2010 application purchase). Many games can be streamed in sharp HD quality (when available) that rivals the real-life clarity of living-room stickball games, while also offering viewers an option to listen to the home or away broadcast commentary. Full game archives are available for viewing missed games, while condensed games featuring eye-opening highlights are convenient for time-strapped fans. Additionally, DVR controls allow viewers to pause and rewind live games, and a multi-game view option streams games in quad view, picture-in-picture, or split-screen layouts.
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    1000 Commerce Dr
    Oak Brook, IL US
  • Wrigley View Rooftop
    Wrigley Rooftop's multilevel, Chicago Cubs-endorsed space gives baseball fans bird?s-eye views of all the action taking place on historical Wrigley Field. At the Skydeck, spectators perch at a granite bar and enjoy a bird's-eye view of the field along with panoramic views of the Chicago skyline. Admission gets guests access to a menu of classic game-day eats, including Chicago-style hot dogs and cheeseburgers along with more unique fare such as pasta salad and veggie burgers, as bartenders serve up refreshing beer and soft drinks.
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    1050 W Waveland Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago White Sox U.S. Cellular Field
    A warm summer’s breeze passes as players take to the diamond, bathed in stadium lights. What’s missing from this picture? Hot dogs, for one. But there’s no shortage of the quintessential ballpark snack at the home of the White Sox, where all-beef Vienna dogs—including a two-foot-long Giant Slugger—complete the American pastime.
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    333 West 35th Street
    Chicago, IL US

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