Batting cage with adjustable pitching machines improves hand-eye coordination and swing mechanics
- Expires Dec 12, 2012
- Limit 3 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. Must be 5 or older. Must sign waiver. Must wear helmet. Batting gloves not provided. May redeem across visits.
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$9 for batting-cage practice for one (an $18.25 total value)
- 15 batting-cage tokens, valid for 150 pitches (a $15 value)
- One hot-dog lunch (a $3.25 value)
$17 for batting-cage practice for two (a $36.50 total value)
- 30 batting-cage tokens, valid for 300 pitches (a $30 value)
- Two hot-dog lunches (a $6.50 value)
Each hot-dog lunch includes the following:
- One hot dog (a $1.75 value)
- One soft drink (a $0.75 value)
- One bag of chips (a $0.75 value)
Although the cages are open until at least 10 p.m. every day, availability may be limited during team practices on Monday–Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. While Legends Batting Cages provides batting helmets and bats, hitters are still encouraged to bring their own.Legends Batting Cages
At Legends Batting Cages, a full roster of outdoor pitching machines fires practice balls at various speeds to help Little Leaguers and advanced batters hone their skills. The machines’ weapons of choice are hollow-core MacGregor balls, which fly further than regular baseballs and help prevent broken bats and embarrassing off-key clinks. Pitch speeds range from 30 to 55 miles per hour for ages 5–9 and from to 40 to 90 miles per hour for ages 10 and older, topping out at 90 miles per hour in a cage suited for professional-level players. The facility also hosts an auxiliary batting cage, which up to 12 players may rent to get ready for the fall season's playoffs and applesauce harvest.