IVL Baseball: Indoor Multi-use facility

Our 18,000 square foot facility easily converts to train in many sports


Located in Wadsworth, Ohio… Our facility has over 18,000 square feet featuring “turfed” work-out areas, batting cages, and pitching tunnels.  We offer two separate areas for training.

The Front Room… Our new 12,000 square foot area has allowed IVL Baseball to take training to a whole new level.  The newly padded turf provides comfort for athletes while training.   Within the 12,000 square feet, we offer three total 54-foot cages along with a pitching tunnel and an easy to move mound.  Each cage has an L-screen which allows for coaches to pitch to their hitters. One of the most exciting features of this new area is that all cages are retractable which allows for the area to be wide open for multiple different training options.

The Back Room… Our back room offers 5,200 square feet of brand new padded turf.   Also, there is a brand new seventy foot cage for hitting and there is an open area with two baseball pitching mounds. L-screens, tee’s and softball pitching machines are also available for use in the back room. Parent and Families Need Not Worry… There is also a large sitting area for parents so they can see their athletes train.   Included in this area is a flat screen television, Free Wi-Fi, and padded chairs for comfort.


Partner with one of our coaches for the ultimate baseball instruction.

With over 30 years of combined, professional experience, our instructors will design a custom plan with you to fine tune your skills.

We offer expertise in:
Endurance and Agility

Pricing for these services are done individually. Please contact us to schedule a consultation.

Upcoming Clinics

IVL ProTips

  • The Most Wasted 20 Minutes in a Catcher’s Life

    It seems that many players and coaches recognize how little time is allocated during practices for catchers to work on their catching skills, like blocking, exchange drills, pickoff throws, and proper handling of passed balls with a throw to the pitcher covering home plate, just to name a few.

    Often times it has been said to me ...

  • Having A Pitch Plan

    How many times within a game do you as a coach ask yourself this question: Why is my pitcher throwing that pitch in that situation? We wonder numerous times throughout games how can pitch selection be so misguided. Therefore, a generic “pitch plan” is important, not only so the correct pitch is called in greater frequency, ...

  • Change Up: The Pitch for a Strong Arm’s Lifetime

    I have a vivid recollection of a great coach, John Scolinos of Cal Poly Pomona (CA), teaching our star national team Australian pitcher a change of pace pitch in about one minute. The reason the scene stays with me is because a week later the pitcher beat the World Champion Korean National Team at the ...

  • Batting Fundamentals

    1.   Don’t grip your bat at the very end. Leave, say, an inch or two. Also, leave at least an inch or more space between your hands; that gives you balance and control of bat, and also keeps hands from interfering with each other during the swing.

    2.   Take position at plate, especially against right-hand pitchers,back of ...

  • Bunt Young, Bunt Often

    Bunting is a very big part of the game of baseball. And when a bunt is laid down the right way, it is very difficult to defend.

    I have always been big on bunting and feel it can be taught at a young age. There are basically two types of bunts: the square bunt and the ...