Texas Baseball and Softball Practice Facilities
Batting cages and indoor facilities in the state of Texas are listed by city on this page (go here to submit a location).
The national chain of D-BAT indoor training facilities began in this north Dallas suburb in 1998, when the first location opened in Addison. The present location in Addison dates to 2006 and still focuses on the original mission of training individual players, who are able to hit real baseballs (or softballs) in the batting cages here. An outdoor field for training and practice usage is also available on-site.
This 18,000 square foot indoor facility opened alongside the interstate in 2018 and offers camps, classes and clinics throughout the year in addition to private baseball/softball lessons with staff instructors. Machine pitch cages are available to use on a first-come, first-served basis while the live cages here can be rented out in half-hour increments.
Austin Batting Cages
This indoor facility began in 2014 and moved into its current location in 2018. Their cages can be rented with or without baseball-throwing pitching machines. Besides their open to anyone batting cages (5), real dirt pitching mounds (2) can be rented, private lessons booked, and camps and classes are offered.
9605 S Padre Island Drive
Corpus Christi, TX 78418
This family fun center near Oso Bay includes an outdoor batting cage setup among its attractions. Machine pitched yellow dimple balls are thrown in the cage, which has 7 hitting stalls.
Swing Away Indoor Batting Cages
11130 Rojas Drive
El Paso, TX 79935
Best known for having token-operated indoor batting cages, but there’s also a pitching tunnel with mound and live drill area for additional training. As for the cages, there are six of them and the pitching machines can throw various speeds of baseballs or softballs to hitters.
A 6,000 square foot indoor facility situated near the I-20 and I-35W interchange, it began operations in 2017 and has five batting cages (three 65-footers and two 40-footers) that can be rented either with or without a pitching machine (ATEC or Iron Mike). Instructional baseball classes and lessons are given here by locally-based instructors.
Top Prospect Academy
Ten multiuse cages, three of which have token-operated pitching machines, are inside this 13,500 square foot facility, which specializes in offering lessons and advanced-level performance programs for baseball players.
HIT! Indoor Training Center
Opened in 2015 in the Spring Branch area, this facility has some indoor cages in which players can hit off of baseball or softball pitching machines, while another four manual cages are based outside in a spot that can also be converted into a team practice space. A highlight inside of HIT (which is actually an acronym for Houston Indoor Training) is their ProBatter video pitching simulator cage, plus they also have a traditional workout area with gym equipment. Additionally, individual lessons with instructors and group classes are offered.
This full-service indoor facility has about 17,000 square feet of space for baseball and softball training, with camps, clinics and instructors a part of their offerings, the highlight of which are 10 batting tunnels that come equipped with an adjustable pitching machine.
A traditional, token-operated outdoor batting cage center that touts having 21 pitching machines. Hitting off them is inexpensive and there’s plenty of machines for both baseball and softball. Also on the grounds is a building that houses an additional six tunnels in which live BP can be thrown. Both the indoor tunnels and outdoor cages can be rented by the half-hour or hour. Furthermore, developmental baseball clinics are usually held on Sundays here and they are ideal for younger players that need help with the game’s core fundamentals.