Baseball in SeaTac


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  • Rage Cage Training Complex
    The crack of bats rings out into the air at Rage Cage Training Complex’s eight outdoor batting cages, part of a sprawling facility where players hone their baseball and softball skills. The cages can whip baseballs at slow, medium, and fast speeds as well as slow-pitch softball throws, and the 4,200-square-foot indoor facility touts a retail shop and space for lessons. During the offseason, professional athletes host clinics that help young players improve their mechanics and give rookie mascots a chance to practice dodging foul balls.
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    1520 112th St. SW
    Everett, WA US
  • Seattle Mariners
    The Seattle Mariners have represented Washington since 1977. And since 1999, the team has dazzled hometown crowds at Safeco Field. The park boasts an elaborate scoreboard system that features the largest video screen in baseball. A convertible rooftop covers the ballpark without closing it off, preserving an open-air environment that allows fans to bask in fresh Seattle breezes.
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    1250 1st Ave. S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Sammamish Baseball Academy
    Established: 2007 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 11?25 people Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes Brands Used: Easton Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Batting cages and retail area Recommended Age Group: All ages Pro Tip: [Wear] tennis shoes only on turf. It can be hard to know exactly what areas you need to improve upon as an athlete, which is why facilities such as Sammamish Baseball Academy exist. Players here can train with everyone from former college and minor-league players to those who have played in the majors, including Ian Gac. These trainers use RightView Pro video-analysis software to break down a young player's mechanics and compare them to those of current major leaguers, as well as teach them the fundamentals, including calligraphy for future autographs. Young players practice on the 11,500-square-foot facility's clay bullpen mound with three pitching rubbers, in its full-size weight room, and in its four batting cages, which are retractable and open up to help players work on their defensive skills. Two of the cages are equipped with an ATEC pitching machine, which hurls balls and "hey batter batter" chants so players will be prepared for future games. While players train, parents can hang out in a lounge equipped with free WiFi and TV.
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    18047 Northeast 68th Street
    Redmond, WA US
  • Northshore Sports Complex
    Baseball players can't skimp on their hitting, pitching, and catching skills if they want to dominate the game?a fact that the instructors at Northshore Sports Complex know well. In 1982, Cody Webster earned the title of MVP while playing for the Kirkland Nationals All-Star Team?the first US team to win the Little League World Series. He continued to play throughout high school and college, and went on to coach for Pepsi Baseball. His cohort, Eve Gaw has spent a combined eleven years with the University of Washington softball program as a student athlete, volunteer assistant coach in the late 90?s and assistant coach from 2005-2008. Together, the duo shares the task of teaching students the fundamentals of the game inside batting and pitching cages. Surrounded by a chain-link fence and divided by safety nets, their astro-turfed cages shelter machines that launch baseballs and softballs straight down the plate. These projectiles can reach speeds up to 85mph, which would be really scary if the baseballs weren't tranquilized beforehand. Sans the machines, pairs can take to the cages to hone their pitching and catching abilities.
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    14220 Northeast 193rd Place
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Rijo Athletics
    Rijo Athletics?founded by former Mets player, current St. Louis Cardinals scout, and the author of the popular Creating Winning Relationship Through Sports Jose Rijo-Berger?helps baseball and softball players, teams, and coaches polish up their craft with a variety of skill drills, camps, and hands-on practice sessions at reasonable prices. Pitchers perfect not only their form and speed, but also their techniques for reducing injury risk, and batters develop their own unique swing pattern in the state-of-the-art batting cages, whether they're a power hitter, contact hitter, or telekinetic hitter. Batting cages are 20 feet high and 15 feet wide with white tops for maximum performance fit for baseball, fast pitch, and slow pitch softball, and simulated video pitching system ProBatter help fast pitch and softball pitchers hone their delivery. Players perform their feats of athleticism in one of eight indoor batting cages and on a full sized outdoor field turf field.
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    22620 State Rte. 9 SE
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Everett AquaSox
    • For $10, you get two tickets to a Monday?Thursday game (a $22 value). • For $12, you get two tickets to a Sunday game (a $22 value).
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    3900 Broadway
    Everett, WA US

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