More information about the Mastodon batting cage system from On Deck Sports
Baseball,  Softball,  Sports Netting

How Much Does A Batting Cage Cost?

The Startup Costs of Outdoor and Indoor Batting Cages

A universal training tool for baseball and softball training is a batting cage. From professional baseball teams through youth baseball leagues and baseball or softball players having a batting cage in their back yard – the best hitters know that having a batting cage is invaluable to their success. The biggest question is, how much do batting cages cost?

With hundreds of places to look at batting cage options, that question is often very difficult to answer. There are a lot of different batting cage net options, pole options and accessories such as batting cage turf to add on – searching for the right batting cage at the right price can be exhausting.

On Deck Sports knows how stressful it can be to find a batting cage for your baseball or softball team. This is why we are breaking down the options and costs of batting cages for you. Starting with our base model the ProMounds Batting Cage Kit and working up to a Double Commercial Batting Cage Kit. We will also show some of our indoor batting cage options which are perfect for schools or indoor facilities.

Outdoor Batting Cages

Learn more about the ProMounds batting cage kit from On Deck Sports

We have four main outdoor batting cages along with three indoor batting cage solutions. Outdoors, On Deck Sports has the ProMounds Batting Cage KitCommercial Batting Cage Kit, Mastodon Batting Cage System and Double Commercial Batting Cage Kit. We have built these batting cages all across the country and know exactly which cage you need. These can range in price from $1,849 plus shipping for standard options and cost in excess of $7,505 for bigger, custom cages.

We also put batting cage turf in most of our cages to give a more professional look and extend the life of your cage.

Indoor Batting Cages


Indoors, batting cages become much more custom. We offer shell cages, retractable ceiling batting cages and the phantom tension batting cage. All of these are fit to your building to ensure the best possible batting cage.

Shell cages are our specialty and most popular indoor batting cage option. We have done one fixed cage for small facilities and have added sliding divider nets in bigger facilities to make multiple hitting lanes while still allowing for the flexibility to have the field open for full team use.

The retractable ceiling batting cage is perfect for gyms looking to retract the cage after use – utilizing a motorized winch system to bring the cage all the way up to the ceiling. This is generally seen in gyms with wood floors, but can also be used in any facility.

The Phantom tension batting cage can be raised and lowered in minutes by simply attaching to fittings installed in the walls, leaving nearly no trace of the batting cage after use. It is perfect for gyms, leaving you nothing to work around once you are done in the cage. For more specifics, contact one of our facility experts today.

Looking to build your own batting cage? Need more information on the batting cages that On Deck Sports offers? Talk to one of the members of our sales staff today by clicking here or calling 800-365-6171. On Deck Sports also offers a full line of indoor batting cages that are perfect for indoor sports facilities and off season baseball and softball training. Check out some of our options to see if you can build a batting cage in your facility.


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