Minnesota Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Minnesota are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
This 50,000+ square foot indoor family fun center includes a batting cage among its many attractions. It’s specifically a netted open area hitting space that has three dedicated batting stations, with each station having its own baseball and softball pitching machine. Besides choice of ball type, hitters are able to face three different pitch speeds. Helmets and multiple bat options are provided in what’s referred to as the facility’s Home Run Alley.
Triple Crown Batting Cages
Based in a building next to the McKnight softball field complex in North St. Paul, this longtime (est. 1993) indoor batting cage facility features a simple setup with three dedicated stations apiece for baseball and softball hitters, who swing at machine pitched balls from token-operated pitching machines. A big selection of bats are made available for complimentary use here, plus the batting cages can be rented by teams before or after business hours at a special rate.