Batter's Box SF separates itself from many other batting-cage facilities with one high-tech feature: HD video screens. Instead of having boring, boxy machines or exhausted monkeys hurl pitch after pitch, Batter's Box SF utilizes machines that have high-resolution screens with images of actual pitchers. Just like in a real game, hitters can step up to the plate and follow the pitcher's release while taking their hacks. Batter's Box SF features baseball and softball cages with fast- and slow-pitch settings, and the facility is also available for parties, camps, and office outings.
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Walking onto one of Scandia Family Center’s two award-winning golf courses feels like traversing a quaint corner of the Scandinavian countryside. Shingled houses and windmills dot the landscape, which kids of all ages eye while zooming past in a go-kart or bumper boat. Inside, toddlers climb, crawl, and slide in the three floors of the clubhouse, and up to 25 players take aim in the Lasertron-designed laser-tag facility. Before leaving, kids and adults face off at more than 200 arcade games or grab a bite to eat at the snack bar.
Arena Softball's advanced pitching machines pitch balls at players preparing for a big game. The Arena also hosts birthday-party kickball games regulated by experienced umpires, and after the game, players can feast on snacks or home-run softballs. Arena Softball also hosts a variety of indoor leagues.
The faculty at MVP Sports Unlimited includes three trainers versed in Nike's SPARQ method, a former Seattle Mariner, and a coach with a 25-year career in fast-pitch softball. Baseball, softball, and soccer players flock to the 15,000-square-foot center for one-on-one instruction and to finesse team dynamics, relying on a practice space whose climate stays consistent without the hoopla of rain dances. Inside, a 3,500-square-foot turf training field stretches out under 15-foot ceilings and is flanked by six 70-foot batting tunnels. A pitching mound and an L screen equips each of these, and the staff can wheel in either a Bata machine capable of hurling a 95 mph fastball or an Iron Mike machine that visibly winds up to help batters work on timing. A pro shop sells gear for practice, and an arcade and a lounge with WiFi entertain sidelined visitors.
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If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This club also has a fabulous restaurant.
This club is great for families with kids.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.