Batting Cages in Greensboro


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  • Greensboro Batting Center
    Greensboro Batting Center's 30,000 square feet of space promises plenty of room for sluggers to develop swings capable of sending pitches for the fences. In its 28 years, the facility has moved and expanded into a destination and practice center for countless baseball fans, including professionals from the New York Yankees and Oakland As. The full-service baseball and softball training facility features six batting cages and live cages, and the staff is available for one-on-one instruction to help with the fundamentals of the game.
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    3917 High Point Road
    Greensboro, NC US
  • Benchwarmers Sports Complex
    Benchwarmers Sports Complex helps athletes stay off the bench with a wide range of training facilities. Four pitching tunnels transform string bean arms into powerful cannons, while two automated batting cages and three live arm cages allow hurled baseballs to hone swings, instead of inflated puffer fish, which will just hone your fear of seafood restaurants. Elsewhere, its basketball court boasts adjustable rims and a gigantic electronic scoreboard, and its indoor turf fields feature granular rubber infill to support players as they work up a sweat during games of baseball, football, soccer, and lacrosse.
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    302 Rolling Hills Rd.
    Mooresville, NC US
  • Adventure Landing RALEIGH
    Attractions such as miniature golf, batting cages, and laser tag make Adventure Landing an ideal location for getting in fun, interactive family time. Whether the kids opt for a heart-accelerating whip around the go-kart track or a few swings of the bat, the fun center gives families every excuse to band together or square off against one another in friendly competition. School, church, and corporate outings are available as well, giving groups of all ages a place to gather, nosh on pizza, and create complex victory dances.
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    3311 Capital Boulevard
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Going Pro Baseball Acadamy
    It takes extreme levels of athletic refinement to make it to the pros in any sport. But whereas some football players can find success by focusing their energies entirely on blocking, and basketball players on sneaking under benches to tie opponents' shoes together, most baseball players must master at least two discrete skill sets to make it to the top. These facets of the game—hitting and fielding—are each incredibly difficult in their own right. JD Closser knows something about hitting and fielding, as eight different big-league organizations can attest. Drafted by Arizona in 1998, he would go on to play three seasons in the majors with Colorado as well as playing in the Milwaukee and Los Angeles systems, among others, over a 15-year career. Though a catcher in his heyday, JD teaches all positions at Going Pro Baseball Academy. A range of programs can teach pitchers to develop command, third baseman to develop an accurate throw to first, and right fielders to develop the attention span to watch a chewed up sunflower seed reach flower-bearing maturity. Going Pro houses the latest training equipment, such as two full-length retractable cages, three pitching mounds, and full Astro Turf floor.
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    2028 Garner Station Boulevard
    Raleigh, NC US
  • The Fungo
    Coach Mac is always looking to bring out the talent in aspiring baseball and softball players. As an associate scout for the MLB and an instructor at The Fungo, he helps players develop all aspects of their game, prepping them to excel not only on the diamond but in life as well. At his facilities, players can practice in automated batting cages, build skills in one-on-one lessons, or befriend other athletes during baseball camps.
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    18515 Old Statesville Road
    Cornelius, NC US
  • The Zone Roanoke, VA
    Engines roar across a tire-lined track, where single and double go-karts speed through turns and on toward victory. Alongside a track for junior go-karts, this is only one of the attractions that greets visitors to The Zone. Baseballs soar across the batting cages' mesh big-top tent, and the mini-golf course dots its baize landscape with obstacles such as miniature barns or tiny warehouses filled with smaller replicas of the mini-golf course. Indoors, video games fill an arcade with a symphony of electronic beeps, while party rooms play host to shindigs with themes such as princesses and activities such as crafts.
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    1175 State St
    Rocky Mount, VA US
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