Batting Cage Packages
Tired of spending money at the local batting cages near you? Save time and money by letting us place one in your own backyard!
- You'll never have to wait for an open stall again.
- Practice whenever you'd like to from the convenience of your own backyard.
- Spend less time traveling back and forth, giving you more time in your cage with the people closest to you.
What batting cage styles do we carry?
What size cage do we recommend for you?
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45 reviewsStarting at $1,309.00
The freestanding trapezoid batting cage package is our most popular and affordable batting cage system. The HDPE #32 netting has a trapezoi...View full details
Starting at $8,499.00
The WOMBAT Retractable Batting Cage System is perfect for gymnasiums or any other multi-use facility. Easily set up or stored in 4:30 or less, this...View full details
No reviewsStarting at $439.00
If you’re interested in our freestanding trapezoid batting cage package but would like to build your own, here are the corner connectors and net th...View full details
Choosing Your Batting Cage Size
When choosing the size for a batting cage, you need to consider the width, the length, and the height of the batting cage. The most important consideration is how much space you have available.
When choosing the right size for your shoebox style batting cage, you should look at your location, your budget, and then you can address the width, the height, and the length. At 12 feet wide, most young players will get a good full-width swing with no problem. With older players, when the plate is in the center of the cage, a full swing might be tight at 12 feet. With that said, the plate can be moved just a little bit, giving the player all the room he or she needs, not ideal, but an easy fix.
At 14 feet wide there’s nothing to worry about. Any sized player can take a full rip from either side of the plate. With height, it’s all about preference, but at 14 feet it gives the batter a sense of more space, loosening them up for more realistic batting practice.
The length is probably the least important factor in selecting your batting cage. If you want a great space for your pitcher to practice, and a lot of space for your batter to swing away then 70 feet is a great length.
At the end of the day, the most important thing is having a place to practice. We can help you decide what the best size is for your specific application. Contact us if you have any questions.
Not sure what to look for in a cage?
If you're not sure what to look for when purchasing your batting cage, check out this article to help you become better educated on what to consider when buying a batting cage.
We sell two popular cage styles!
Style 1: The Trapezoid Style
The Trapezoid is our freestanding batting cage. Its shape is 10 feet wide at the top and 14.5 feet wide at the bottom which gives the cage stability while being completely portable, and allows more flexibility if you have limited space. You can set up this batting cage up in 30 minutes, and when you're done you can tear it down and pack it up.
The Trapezoid system is the perfect batting cage for the budget-conscious buyer without sacrificing quality: a great batting cage for a great price.
Style 2: The Shoe-box Style
The shoe-box style batting cage is a large rectangle, the standard batting cage shape. It's a more permanent installation and gives the batter more room to swing.
The shoe-box style is an excellent choice for a high-end backyard cage and will also hold up in a commercial setting.
What Size Cage Do We Recommend?
We recommend getting a batting cage with a 14ft width. It will give the batter a realistic practice space, allowing them to develop good batting habits. Our shoe-box batting cages include the Commercial and the Mastodon.
At Batting Cages Incorporated, we're baseball players too. And our goal is to find you the best batting cage for your specific needs.