Baseball is a game of superstitions: hitters don’t wash helmets while on a streak, and managers don’t brush their teeth for weeks after a great argument with an umpire. Discover your own diamond rituals with this Groupon.
$12 for 10 tokens, one fountain drink, and one popcorn, pretzel, or churro (a $25 value)
$20 for 20 tokens, two fountain drinks, and two popcorns, pretzels, or churros (a $50 value)
- Each token gives 10 automated pitches
- Five Master Pitch batting cages plus one softball machine and one whiffle ball machine
- Tokens can be used over multiple visits<p>
$30 for a 30-minute private baseball lesson (a $60 value) * One-on-one experienced instruction * Can cover hitting, fielding, or pitching<p>
The Ballpark's 15,000-square-foot indoor baseball facility has been the training ground for regional all-star youth league players and state championship teams since 1999. A team of experienced coaches, led by three-time Star-Ledger Coach of the Year Tony Picaro, teaches fundamentals such as bunting, fielding, and signing autographs while wearing an oversize novelty foam finger. Private and group lessons hone skills after school, and multiday clinics immerse rookies and pros alike in the sport's finer points. Outside class hours, players practice at six public batting cages, a timed home-to-first track, and a pitching mound monitored by radar and off-duty traffic cops. The Ballpark is also a great place to host a birthday party, which include pizza or hot dogs, popcorn, drinks, papers goods, and a free batting cage token.