Batting Cages in Oakdale


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  • Antioch Indoor Sport Center
    Customers must redeem this Groupon by visiting Aladino?s Pizza before Antioch Indoor Sports Center. Pizza will not be delivered but may be carried out and enjoyed inside the sports center. Public skating hours are Saturdays from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., unless a private event is scheduled.
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    1210 Sunset Dr
    Antioch, CA US
  • San Ramon Sports
    The two soccer fields and batting cages housed inside the San Ramon Sports complex grant athletes of all ages ample space to take kicks and whacks at their sphere of choice. The state-of-the-art turf fields host year-round soccer and lacrosse leagues for adults and juniors. The Lil' Kickers soccer program for kids 18 months to 9 years old introduces tykes to the sport, while 5- to 12-year-olds sharpen skills in Skills Institute classes. The batting cages hurl both softball lobs and baseballs at 35?80 miles per hour, allowing batters ample space to practice firing off line drives or psychically altering pitch trajectory. Camps and birthday parties are available.
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    2411 Old Crow Canyon Rd, Ste G
    San Ramon, CA US
  • San Jose Batting Cages
    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.
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    474 Piercy Rd
    San Jose, CA US
  • Cricket Strike Zone
    Cricket Strike Zone's four indoor practice lanes stretch across 6,240 square feet, providing batters ample elbow room to hone their cricket, baseball, and softball skills with friends and teammates. Each lane's expansive length allows ball-swatters plenty of space to enact hypothetical game scenarios, and ICC-regulated cricket nets on all sides forcefully apprehend wayward balls attempting to flee the area. Cricket players can swing the time away as a pair of Bola Professional automatic bowling machines imported from the UK dispense never-ending practice balls. Each lane rental also includes helmets and bats, allowing even the unequipped to safely practice their swings or engage in jousts upon their teammate's backs.
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    2919 Whipple Rd
    Union City, CA US
  • Hardtke Baseball Academy
    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.
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    610 East Hamilton Avenue
    Campbell, CA US
  • Mvp Sports Unlimited
    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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    6085 Greenback Ln
    Citrus Heights, CA US
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