Tucson Bat Cave is a two-lane indoor batting facility with an outdoor pitching lane on Kleindale just east of Country Club (just East of Winterhaven and near the Tucson Racquet Club) at 3145 E Kleindale Road. We are open from 4pm – 8pm on weekdays and 8am – 8pm on weekends. Other times are by appointment. Lanes can be reserved in advance, by the batter or a coach, for 15 minute blocks, the last few minutes of your time must be spent cleaning up. Reservations are highly recommended due to the limited space. Open and unreserved lanes during normal hours are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please remember that parking is limited and in the event of any team practices, we strongly encourage carpooling. There is no parking across the street at 3168 E Kleindale Road.
ALL LESSONS MUST BE BOOKED DIRECTLY WITH THE INSTRUCTOR.
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We understand that sometimes things happen and we will work with you to coordinate in those events. We will however restrict your ability to make a reservation if there is a missed time without communication at least 24 hours in advance. If you have been restricted, you will have to prepay your reservations.
The Bat Cave is a purpose built indoor hitting facility with an outdoor pitching lane complete with mound. Our facility is heated and cooled by central air and heat. Parking is limited and we ask that you attempt to carpool in some way if you are coming for a team practice. We do have some rules that we ask all parents and players to observe:
- No seeds or gum.
- No liquid pine tar or metal cleats.
- The only drink that is allowed on the turf is water, all other food and drink must stay on the tiled areas.
- A bat may only be swung inside a cage.
- Pitchers and hitters must wear helmets at all times while in the batting cage.
- When pitching inside the cage, you must stand behind a safety net.
- Employees only are allowed to adjust the machines.
- You are responsible for returning all the balls to the machine hopper or ball caddy before the end of your session.
- Misconduct of any kind will result in immediate termination of privileges.
- Fees must be paid and Waiver Form signed before using the cages – if the participant is under 18, a parent or guardian must sign the Waiver Form.
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Who We Are
Mike Gray, Instructor – Mike is a graduate of the University of Arizona where he played 4 years of baseball. For the last 15 years he has worked for the Toronto Blue Jays and the Arizona Diamondbacks working closely with their hitting coaches throwing batting practice. He also was part of the 2006 Tucson Sidewinder staff that won the Pacific Coast League Championship.
Mike has been working with players in both softball and baseball on improving both their pitching and hitting skills.
Mike Gray cell 520-349-2508
Scott Overlund, Instructor – Scott played baseball at Arizona from 1976-79 under the guidance of Jerry Kindall, Jim Wing, and Jerry Stitt. He has recently moved back to Tucson from Michigan where he coached and trained 12U, 13U, and 14U travel/club baseball teams. Scott will be working with baseball players on improving their hitting and catching skills.
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