Baseball in South San Francisco

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  • The ClubHouse Training Schools
    The ClubHouse Training Schools help aspiring baseball players reach new athletic peaks under the tuition of seasoned coaches and professional baseball scouts. Well versed in the arts of hitting, pitching, and yelling for bags of peanuts, the instructors hone players' skills in a 17,000-square-foot training facility, which facilitates year-round practice with indoor batting cages and a full on-site gym with free weights and stationary bikes. A regimen of fitness and performance training helps athletes stay in shape on and off the field?sure to be an asset during the ClubHouse's fall high-school baseball league, when students put their skills to the test by pitching crumpled math homework.
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    251 Michelle Ct.
    South San Francisco, CA US
  • AT&T Park
    Five Things to Know About AT&T Park A beautiful green pitch might be at the center of AT&T Park, but the stadium has more than just baseball at its heart. Read on for more facts about the Giants’ home base: Fans call it all sorts of names. Some call it “The Phone Booth” because of its history of being bought by different telephone companies, while others call it “Mays Field” for Giants legend Willie Mays. The stadium walls heard the crack of a history-making home run. It was here that Barry Bonds hit his 756th home run, which broke the record for all-time career home runs formerly held by Hank Aaron. AT&T Park hosts much more than just baseball. It’s also hosted Roger Waters’s haunting performance of The Wall and Kanye West’s proposal to Kim Kardashian. The park is festooned with statues and art. Marvel at a 9-foot statue of Willie Mays, 14-foot statue of Willie McCovey, and colorful WPA-era murals commissioned as part of the New Deal. The most popular food item isn’t a hot dog. It’s the signature sandwich from Crazy Crab’z—buttery Dungeness crab and tomato on grilled sourdough. It might seem a little decadent (and pricey) for ballpark grub, but it’s a fan favorite. NPR’s take: “People here really love this sandwich. Usually when there's a line this long at a stadium, there's a urinal at the end of it.”
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    24 Willie Mays Plaza
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Triple Play USA
    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.
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    2055 Adams Ave.
    San Leandro, CA US
  • Legends Summer Baseball Camp
    The Menlo Park Legends semi-professional baseball team help train the next generation of Legendary players at the Legends Baseball Experience summer camps. Here, youngsters learn the game from actual Legends players with both private and small group instruction, all while having fun with games, drills, and exciting contests. A 5:1 camper-to-coach ratio promotes a positive and intimate learning environment for aspiring athletes. Kids even have the opportunity to hang out in the dugout as batboys and watch their coaches play during real Legends games.
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    50 Embarcadero Rd
    Palo Alto, CA US
  • East Bay Youth Sports
    Bay Area Youth Sports' year-round youth football programs strive to build kids' character as well as their passing skills. Kids as young as 4 get their start in the non-competitive, co-ed NFL flag football league, whose high-scoring but contact-free games teach values like teamwork, self-confidence, and sportsmanship. The contact flag-football league takes the game's physicality up a notch, while the tackle football league pits kids in full pads and helmets against others of similar weight, age, and experience. Relaxed, family-friendly schedules help keep practices fun and casual at all levels. In the summer months, Bay Area Youth Sports hosts Bay Area Adventure Camp, where kids aged 5 through 14 enjoy a wide range of activities under the supervision of experienced staff. The younger ones are matched with those leaders in a ratio of four to one, so they're never far from helpful supervision, whether they're playing soccer or learning to skateboard or ride a horse. The camp is partnered with a variety of other companies, which lets them arrange amusement park trips, archery, indoor skydiving, and other activities that require a lot of equipment or any number of roller coasters.
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    101 Wilder Road
    Orinda, CA US
  • San Francisco Giants
    At AT&T Park’s right-field portwalk, the open arches grant free views into San Francisco Giants home games—for a few innings, at least. Barring any big crowds, the staff will let you peek in for three innings or longer. In the meantime, enjoy the sweeping views of the bay.
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    425 University Ave
    Palo Alto, CA US

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