An indoor sports facility exclusively for young athletes, Perfect Practice Athletic Center has created a fun, engaging, and safe environment for kids to get exercise and practice their sports skills. Within the 35,000-square-foot space, kids ages 6-15 can dribble basketballs, thwack a softball, and serve volleyballs and tennis balls. A bevy of high-tech equipment includes pitching machines, video pitching, and even a Dr. Dish basketball machine, which once came in second place in a dunking contest behind Dr. J.
A baseball and softball academy, D-Bat Tulsa welcomes players of all ages and levels to practice and train at its spacious facility. In addition to a fully equipped pro shop, batting cages, and gym, D-Bat Tulsa offers personal and group instruction, memberships, and summer camps.
In the spring of 1979, Scott Glanz faced a tough choice: attend the University of Arkansas or join the Chicago White Sox's minor-league system. Scott opted for an education, though three years later another minor-league offer arrived, this time from the then-California Angels. He accepted it but spent most of his 2.5-year minor league career tending to an injured elbow.
Rather than spend his time wondering what if?, Scott brushed off the disappointment by training the next wave of major-league hopefuls at The Bullpen. Along with fellow coaches Randy Whisler and Jimmy Kremers, Scott imparts baseball fundamentals—such as hitting, fielding, and throwing—to first-timers at The Bullpen's Rookie School. Geared toward players of all skill levels, The Bullpen's other services include personalized private lessons, batting practice inside six cages, and plenty of strength-training equipment.
From the squish of an inflatable underfoot to the satisfying thwack of bat-to-ball contact in the batting cages, Double Play promises the sights and sounds of active fun. For parties, referees preside over dodgeball matches that claim about 90 minutes of two-hour soirees. You can bring your own cake or have Double Play provide it for an extra fee.