Pennsylvania Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Pennsylvania are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
This 22,000 square foot facility opened in 2012 and was established to offer a year-round indoor baseball and softball training space for all ages. The facility contains lots of hitting tunnels, serves as a location for numerous camps and clinics, and has a staff of instructors that can be booked for skill-specific lessons.
Based inside of the Pittsburgh Mills mall in Tarentum, this almost 6,000 square foot facility is where renowned hitting instructor Dave Kirilloff offers lessons and his development programs. The training center itself contains five batting cages, baseball and softball pitching machines, throwing and pitching spaces, plus stretching and agility areas.
C-Side Sports Academy
Former Washington Wild Things star Chris Sidick owns and operates this 27,000 square foot indoor baseball and softball training facility, which contains a fully-turfed field with a 40′ ceiling, multiple batting cages, a bullpen with a regulation dirt mound, and technology-driven aids, like the HitTrax simulator system. Games, team practices and clinics are held here, while a staff of trainers are available to give lessons and expertise is even offered in the college recruitment process.