Like advertising, baseball relies on great pitches, a loyal fan base, and the power of grown men in animal costumes to sway public opinion. Endorse America’s pastime with today’s Groupon to Charlie Rose Baseball in Campbell. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of baseball equipment and gifts.
- For $30, you get a punch card for 30 rounds of hitting, a total of 630 pitches, at the batting cages (a $60 value).<p>
Staff members at Charlie Rose Baseball draw upon love for the nation’s pastime as they preside over an array of bats, gloves, and apparel from brands including Rawlings, Louisville Slugger, and Mizuno. Diamond Sports official youth-league Flexiball baseballs ($34.99/dozen) fill the open mitts of diminutive athletes and the oven mitts of nearsighted bakers. Nike Diamond Elite Pro batting gloves ($39.99) cosset fingers in comfort and flexibility, leaving grips firm and dry enough to crush line drives. Unadorned noggins crown themselves with Flex-Fit Pukka hats ($19.99), and MLB–team pennants ($9.99) let patrons add evidence of baseball fandom to walls without hosting indoor home-run derbies.
Aspiring sluggers can practice hitting and test out their new gear in Charlie Rose Baseball’s outdoor batting cages. Four baseball cages and three fast-pitch softball cages prepare batters for high-speed play; inside a fourth softball cage, a slow machine lobs easier pitches toward the plate. The punch card equips patrons for batting that continues after sunset, thanks to the facility’s nighttime lighting and army of guard owls well versed in reading pitchers’ moves.
Charlie Rose Baseball
In 1958, Charlie Rose opened his shop, aiming to become an equipment resource for baseball and softball coaches and players. The shop’s array of bats, gloves, and apparel equip players for the game with a variety of brands including Rawlings, Louisville Slugger, and Mizuno. Cutter C-Tack Endurance batting gloves create a nonslip grip and help protect hands from scorching line drives and hot potatoes. In honor of Charlie’s gift for repairing gloves, the shop offers clients a free lifetime conditioning program that ensures each glove outlasts an indefinite number of hard pitches.
The facility also houses four outdoor batting cages and three fast-pitch softball cages, which prepare batters for high-speed play and give them a chance to test out their new gear. Inside a fourth softball cage, a slow machine lobs easier pitches toward the plate. Patrons can visit during the day or at night to practice their swing under the glow of the facility's nighttime lighting.
161 Curtner Ave.
Campbell, California 95008