D1SA offers two practice tunnels and a practice area for baseball or softball. Each tunnel is equipped with an adjustable pitching machine, L-screen and indoor pitching mound, making them ideal for any and all parts of the game that you need to focus on. With the ability to slide the netting, we can create any size tunnel needed, or even generate an area large enough for defensive work.
Bullpen pitching tunnel will allow you/us to teach players proper pitching mechanics to increase velocity, control and prevent injury. One can focus on throwing mechanics, balance, body, control, slide, release point and follow through. Tunnels can be adjusted for youth or big diamond needs and can also be leveraged for live hitting.
Hitting tunnel will allow you/us to teach players proper hitting techniques. Our instructors will work with you while leveraging our leading edge videotaping analysis to review mechanical breakdowns in your swing, review your progress and detail out the positive mechanics. Through muscle memory and dedication we will make you the hitter you always wanted to be.Tunnel Pricing
|1 Tunnel without instructor / with instructor||$50 / $75|
|2 Tunnels without instructor / with instructor||$85 / $115|
|10 Sessions: 1 Tunnel, 1 Hour||$300|
|10 Sessions: 2 Tunnels, 1 Hour||$600|
|10 Sessions: 1 Tunnel with Instructor, 1 Hour||$750|
|10 Sessions: 2 Tunnels with Instructor, 1 Hour||$1000|
Our professional instructors are here for your specific needs. We cater to every level of baseball. Whether it’s learning the fundamentals of a swing or throwing, our staff has the knowledge to help your athlete become a better baseball player! It’s not just the basics. We can help players with identifying the complexities of the swing plane or determining the arm angle of pitchers. All of our instructors have played either collegiately or professionally and possess the accolades and experience to help improve your baseball skills.
Contact Eric Woods 916-757-5408
"Baseball gives every American boy a chance to excel, not just to be as good as someone else but to be better than someone else. This is the nature of man and the name of the game" - Ted Williams