Sports fans flock to Redwood City's California Baseball Farm Club for a fun day away.
Service and taste make a great restaurant, and that's why you won't be disappointed by this club.
Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented activities and atmosphere at this club.
These kickboxing classes bring fitness to a whole new level, leaving you feeling and looking your best.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Whether they're swinging in the batting cages, or getting one-on-one advice from a former Met, the trainees at Hardtke Baseball Academy are deepening their skills and their love of the sport all at once. Every camp, clinic, tournament, and private lesson at Hardtke carries on a legacy of greatness that began in 1982, when Terry Hardtke, the father of current academy president and former pro player Jason Hardtke, opened shop. On-staff coaches include other former professionals, Olympians, and state and national champions, almost all of whom boast extensive coaching experience.
Whether working through in-season regimens or off-season training, baseball and softball players can perfect their swing within San Jose Batting Cages' batting cages and training facility, which stays open until 9 p.m. during the week. Instructors offer hitting and pitching lessons as well as team and group clinics to help athletes develop all aspects of their game.
Union City's Cricket Strike Zone is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter.
Check out this club's restaurant, where you can stay for lunch or grab your meal to go.
The perfect place to take the kids, this club won't cost you a sitter.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Matt Daly, an experienced teacher with three years of college ball and four years in the pros under his belt. Today as an instructor, he helps players take cuts and hurl their best stuff. Matt is still active in the minor league system with the Toronto Blue Jays organization, with two years of Double-A experience, striving for a return to major-league play.
title: Triple Play U.S.A.
html_text: The crack of the bat is an exhilarating sound, whether or not the batter is about to run the bases. At Triple Play U.S.A., players can hone their skills in cages that hurl baseballs or softballs at 25–80 miles per hour with more precision than a propped-up leaf-blower. Pitchers can also keep their arms conditioned in the center's pitching tunnel, but they’ll probably have to change up their throwing pattern on the center’s half-basketball court. While resting their arms, patrons can find snacks at the concession stand or catch up on the latest scores on one of two HDTVs.