The Base Assessment is an efficient and comprehensive way to assess the current performance level of players. It measure key metrics over a defined training program off both tee and batting practice sessions. The BAR helps to identify weakness and develop a “plan of attack” for future training sessions.
For the first time ever, capture and analyze the ‘cause and effect’ of a swing – all within one system! Provides high speed video camera with each session of hittrax. Each swing is automatically recorded and cataloged with analytic metrics. Which means you can see what you did mechanically on each swing that produced a good or bad result. Hit data and video clips are ready for review after the session.
Teams or groups may compete in a double header, quality hit game, home run derby, batting practice and more! It’s your hour so tell us what you want!!
The intention of the Quality Hit Game is to objectively measure the ability of a hitter against the same point scale across all age levels. In the Quality Hit Game, the batter is required to take 15 AB’s to accumulate the highest point total possible. Each AB should be treated as a regular AB in which he/she is allowed to take strikes and work the count until he/she gets their pitch to hit. To determine the Q‐Hit score of a hit, a formula was created to reward hard hit line drives, while adjusting the overall point system for different skill levels.
September 1st, 6th, 8th, 10th, 13th, 15th, 17th, 20th, 22nd, 24th, 27th, 29th, & October 1st
Saturday, Tuesday, and Thursday | 6:00 to 8:00 pm | Games start at or around every 30 minutes per hour
If you like to swing the bat then take advantage of this weekly use of the HitTrax cage. Players can train and compete weekly 3:00 – 5:00 Monday through Friday (individually or in groups up to 8). First come first serve, however, groups of 8 are only allowed 20 minutes of use then the next group competes.