North Carolina Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of North Carolina are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
Carolinas Baseball Center
Founded in 2007 by former major leaguer Jeff Schaefer, this indoor facility is run, in part, by ex-MLB players, as many of the staff instructors played in the majors. With a focus on using its space for camps, classes and clinics, the facility has five batting cages, three pitching lanes, and training areas for infielders and catchers. Additionally, they operate youth travel teams and host baseball showcases.
Greensboro Batting Center
Established in 1987 by former pro player Alan Ashkinazy, the now longtime coach and instructor oversees a versatile 30,000 square foot facility in the Westgate Shopping Center that features six token-operated batting cages and includes a speed and agility training center and even a baseball card shop. One-on-one instruction is available through half-hour baseball or softball lessons and serious players can tryout for the center’s baseball travel teams.
Originally called The Hitting Zone, this open daily indoor facility has three token-operated machine pitch batting cages in addition to the training spaces that are utilized for staff-given baseball or softball instruction plus strength and conditioning.