Georgia Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Georgia are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
Founded by Jeff Auterson, who played six years of minor league baseball, his facility is located near the Atlanta National Golf Club and the boundary for the city of Milton. A 300-foot regulation baseball field is found on site, along with two buildings used for indoor training. A large staff of instructors is available to give lessons. Camps and coaching clinics are offered. Numerous travel baseball teams, known as the Georgia Jackets for each age level, are based out of here.
Hard Knocks Baseball Academy
Established in 2002 by Chris & Nick Mele, personalized instruction is offered in a 9,900 square foot building, which is based in a light industrial park, that has batting cages that are open to the public.
Fundamentals Sports Center
As the name implies, teaching proper fundamentals of baseball (and softball) is the goal of the Fundamentals Sports Center, whose small staff teaches all aspects of the game within a residentially-based indoor facility that is near Kelly Mill Elementary School.
A spacious baseball and softball practice facility featuring 14 batting cages and some token-operated pitching machines (four baseball and one slow-pitch softball). One of the rental cages has a manual-fed fastpitch softball machine and two have a mound so they can be used for pitching practice. Located in a former grocery store and known as The Batting Order prior to 2020, the facility also has a fully-turfed infield area.
D-BAT West Cobb
A 32,000 square foot full-service facility that features 20 indoor bating cages, this D-BAT franchise opened in 2016 and is alongside US-41 (Cobb Pkwy). The membership-based facility (rates vary) is open daily and also hosts numerous camps and clinics while having instructors available to give baseball or softball lessons.
Rome’s Diamond Academy
Opened in 2016 as a batting and training facility for youth baseball and softball players. Encompasses about 9,000 square feet of space in the old Celanese complex, which is a very short distance from the Rome Braves’ stadium. Batting cage rental and individual instruction sessions are available.
Mike Cameron Baseball Academy
Owned and started by longtime major leaguer Mike Cameron following his retirement. Located near I-75, the facility has numerous hitting stations and an infield workout area plus weight training equipment. Both baseball and softball instruction is offered. The batting cages and field can be rented by individuals and teams.