Connecticut Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Connecticut are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
The Batting Cage
The indoor training facility used by the Connecticut Wolfpack youth baseball travel teams is also open to the public for lessons, clinics and, as its name suggests, batting cage use.
This 15,000 square foot indoor facility contains 13 batting cages (of four different lengths) and a half dozen pitching mounds, with numerous pitching machines among the training aids that members and walk-ins alike have access to. The facility is a full-service, open year-round one, and hosts camps, clinics, private lessons, and even birthday parties.
Bobby Valentine’s Sports Academy
Stamford native Bobby Valentine’s namesake facility has 40,000 square feet of indoor space that can be used for multiple sports, including lacrosse and soccer, although baseball is its primary focus. The large building within which the academy has been based since 2017 features a 16,000 square foot turf field beneath vaulted ceilings that reach 40′ in height. Six batting cages are spread over two levels and the baseball curriculum that is taught was designed by the facility’s famous owner, who used his major league (and Japanese league) coaching experience to develop the methods the instructors here use. In addition to private lessons, seasonal baseball and softball clinics are offered.