Missouri Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Missouri are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
A large indoor facility that has 12 batting cages and a bullpen area, while an outdoor youth-sized lighted turf field is adjacent to the building. Numerous baseball instructors are available to give lessons here plus camps are offered throughout the year.
The Power Alley
Located in the sports park that’s home to the Daniel Boone Little League’s fields, this indoor batting cage facility has seven cages, some of which are equipped with pitching machines and all of which can be rented for very reasonable rates.
A full-service 21,000 square foot indoor facility that was established in 2015 for softball and baseball training. It contains six batting cages, three turf fields, a long toss tunnel and bullpen area, drill stations and private instruction space.
Mac N Seitz
This 47,000 square foot indoor facility for baseball and softball development was founded by longtime major league players Mike Macfarlane and Kevin Seitzer (both former Royals) and it includes 22 training areas. Token-operated batting cages, pitching mounds, an MLB-sized turfed infield and even a running track are found in the facility, which is based in the Martin City neighborhood.
The City Cages
In operation since 2009, this indoor facility near Saint Louis University has about 11,000 square feet of space dedicated to batting and pitching practice needs. Both machine (Iron Mike) and live pitch cages are available for baseball or softball hitting while the bullpen area has real dirt/clay mounds. Additionally, a 60′ x 150′ field that’s outside can be used for long toss.