Indiana Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Indiana are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
Complete Game Academy
Formerly called Extra Innings and run by former minor league pitcher Ryan Miller, the focus at his indoor facility is on personal and small group instruction for serious baseball players.
The Diamond Academy
A 20,000 square foot indoor facility that caters to baseball and softball training, with personal instruction and group clinics available for players of both sports. Begun in 2010, the academy has 14 tunnels that are usable for hitting and pitching practice.
The Bat Cave
An indoor batting cage facility that’s part of a roller skating one (called the Roller Cave), it’s near exit 91 on I-70 and has nine cages and 15 pitching machines to hit off of. In the regular “swing away cages” users pay one price for unlimited hitting. For more advanced training there are four rentable tunnels, which were added in 2015 to meet the growing demand of the baseball/softball portion of the business, which has operated out of its current building since 1991.