Massachusetts Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Massachusetts are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
This always open bowling center in Dorchester, where it’s next to I-93, has two seasonally open batting cages found outside of the building. Iron Mike pitching machines throw to batters, who can choose between hitting baseballs or softballs at two different speeds.
GameTime Sports and Fitness
A large (28,000 square feet) multi-sport indoor facility with a strong baseball and softball focus. Based in a big building close to where the Rourke Bridge goes over the Merrimack River, it has nine batting cages (each includes a JUGS pitching machine when rented), tee and soft toss stations, and multiple pitching mounds that can be used for practice, while camps, clinics and lessons are offered for development.
The Strike Zone
Established in 2003, this facility has about 10,000 square feet of space within its portion of a building that has a classic brick exterior. Home to eight batting tunnels, which can be rented in conjunction with the HitTrax or Rapsodo system, and additional training tools, Strike Zone also has instructors available to give private lessons while advanced players have the opportunity to compete in the facility’s Zone Select AAU baseball travel team program.