Baseball in Allentown


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  • Lehigh Valley Baseball Academy
    If you've always wanted to play baseball, now is your chance! The field at Lehigh Valley Baseball Academy in Allentown is waiting for you. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1801 Union Blvd
    Allentown, PA US
  • The Hitter's Edge
    Whether it's sunny, rainy, or snowy, baseball is still being played at The Hitter's Edge. Within its indoor batting cages, balls fly at six individuals cages, each accented with its own home plate. And a number of arcade games keep batters entertained while they await their turn in the cages. The facility also houses the Pride of the Diamond training center, athletes alike can sharpen their throwing, fielding, and hitting skills.
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    3679 Eberhart Rd
    Whitehall, PA US
  • Lehigh Valley IronPigs
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Lehigh Valley IronPigs facet_type_id: 5e393520-5f2c-1032-bbcf-51c5f63a2533 html_text: 'In early 2014, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs made a major off-season acquisition: bacon. Although the team''s name is a reference to pig iron—used in the manufacturing of steel—bacon speaks a universal language. In addition to its many culinary uses and getting sprinkled at newlyweds, it can now be found in the lockers of IronPigs players, emblazoned on their hats, sizzling across their jerseys, and waving down their pant legs on certain game days. Such creative innovations speak to the IronPigs'' culture, which is a mixture of fan-friendly fun off the field and winning baseball on the field. The formula certainly keeps the seats filled at Coca-Cola Park, which was chosen as "Ballpark of the Year" in 2008 by Ballpark Digest.'
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    1050 Ironpigs Way
    Allentown, PA US
  • All Star Baseball Academy
    Since digging its cleats into the Philadelphia baseball scene in 1998, All Star Baseball Academy has helped launch the college careers of hundreds of players—and the big league careers of dozens more. Designed for ballplayers ages 5 to 18, the academy sharpens on-the-field skills with private instruction, leagues, camps, and tournaments. Read the academy's mission statement here. This diverse selection of training opportunities stands as a testament to ASBA's growth: the academy now has five facilities under its umbrella, totaling more than 90,000 square feet of training space. Multiple times throughout the year, ASBA sets aside its own training areas to host prospect camps at universities and stadiums. There, coaches and scouts can watch ballplayers in action, timing how fast they run, assessing their pitch speed, and seeing how well they hit with pool noodles instead of bats.
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    1537 Campus Dr
    Warminster, PA US

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