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Welcome to the world of backyard batting cages, where you can transform your backyard into a personal baseball training ground. Whether you're a beginner, a seasoned veteran, or simply seeking a unique way to enjoy sports with your family, a batting cage in your backyard opens up a lot of opportunities.

In this comprehensive guide, we dive deep into everything you need to know about backyard batting cages. From selecting the perfect-sized at home batting cage to fit your space to exploring the intricacies of frame materials, netting, and bugs - we've got it all covered.

What You'll Learn

As we navigate through the various aspects of backyard batting cages, we'll address common questions, offer expert advice, and share tips to help you maximize the potential of your home sports setup. Prepare to transform your backyard into an exciting and productive space where every swing brings you closer to becoming a baseball hero. 

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The Benefits of Backyard Batting Cages

The benefits of owning a backyard batting cage are endless. Let's take a look at some of the game-changing benefits...

  • Convenience and Accessibility - Having a batting cage for your backyard means no more driving to local sports facilities or waiting for a turn in community cages. Whether it's early morning practice or a late-night hitting session, your batting cage is available 24/7, tailored to your schedule.
  • Long Run Improvement - Consider two scenarios; One in which your child has access to a batting cage in the backyard and can practice anytime they want throughout their baseball career. Or, a scenario in which they only practice during baseball season. The first option will make a much better player of your kid as well as teach them the value of consistent practice over time. 
  • Customizable Training - Every athlete has unique training needs. With your own batting cage, you can customize your practice sessions to focus on specific skills. Whether it's improving your swing, increasing your hitting power, or working on your hand-eye coordination, your backyard setup can be tailored to your personal goals.
  • Safe and Controlled Environment - Practicing in your own space provides a safe and controlled environment, free from distractions and interruptions. It allows for a focused training session where you can work on your techniques without external pressures. This is great for young kids who may feel intimidated by a public batting cage space. 
  • Family Involvement and Fun - Backyard batting cages aren't just for serious training; it's a place for family fun and bonding. It offers an engaging way for the whole family to participate in physical activity, learn a new sport, or simply enjoy some friendly competition.
  • Cost-Effective in the Long Run - While there is an initial investment, over time, a home batting cage can be more cost-effective compared to the ongoing expenses of renting facilities or paying for practice sessions. It's a one-time investment that provides endless hours of practice.
  • Enhanced Learning and Improvement - Consistent practice is key to mastering any skill. With a batting cage at home, you have the luxury of practicing frequently, leading to faster improvement and better mastery of batting techniques.
  • Ideal for Team Practices - If you're involved with a school team or local club, your backyard cage can become a valuable resource for team practices, providing a dedicated space for focused training sessions.

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Different Types of Batting Cages

When considering a batting cage for your backyard, understanding the different types available is crucial to making the right choice for your needs. Here's a breakdown of the main types of batting cages to help guide your decision:

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Portable Batting Cages

Portable batting cages are designed for flexibility and ease of movement. They are ideal for those who have limited space or want the convenience of setting up and taking down the cage as needed. Generally speaking, portable batting cages are more affordable and designed for younger players.
  • Pros: Typically lighter in construction, often made with easy disassembly features, and more affordable. They may be smaller in size compared to permanent cages.
  • Cons: Materials are less durable, and they are more vulnerable to the elements and to wear and tear. 
  • Best For: Families, youth players, or those with multi-use backyard spaces.

Mastodon Commercial Batting Cage System

Permanent Batting Cages

Permanent outdoor batting cages are fixed structures, offering a more robust and stable setup. They are suitable for dedicated training areas in your backyard or shared-use training facilities.
  • Pros: Sturdier frames are often made of heavy-duty materials like steel. They offer more durability and can withstand harsh weather conditions.
  • Cons: Cannot be moved, more difficult to setup, usually costs more money.
  • Best For: Serious athletes, coaches, training facilities, clubs, colleges, etc.

These are the two main types of batting cages, each providing their own pros and cons. There are other batting cage types, like commercial batting cages, that exist but are not relevant to this topic of backyard batting cages. We hope this explanation can help you narrow down your search for the right cage! 

Size and Space Considerations for Backyard Batting Cages

When planning to install a batting cage in your backyard, one of the most critical aspects to consider is the size of the cage in relation to the available space. This section will guide you through understanding how to determine the right size for your batting cage, ensuring it fits well in your backyard.

Assessing Your Space

  • Measuring Your Yard: Start by accurately measuring the available space in your yard. Consider the length, width, and height, keeping in mind any existing structures, landscaping features, and the level of the ground.
  • Safe Buffer Zone: Ensure there's a safe buffer zone around the cage. This space is necessary for entering and exiting the cage and for features like batting cage doors or pitching machine setups.

Choosing the Right Size Batting Cage

  • Standard Dimensions: Batting cages typically come in various standard sizes. Common lengths range from 22 to 72 feet, while widths and heights are usually between 10 to 14 feet.
  • Custom Sizes: If standard sizes don't fit your space, consider a custom-sized cage. For custom batting cages, give us a call at (888) 466-0009.

Backyard Batting Cages Size and Space Considerations for Backyard Batting Cages

Understanding Your Training Needs

  • Age and Skill Level: The age and skill level of the users should influence the size of the cage. Younger players and beginners may require less space compared to advanced or older athletes. Pro tip: Find out the distance from home plate to the pitching mound in your kid's league (for example, it's 46 feet in Little League). With that measurement, add 10 feet, and this should give you a good starting point.
  • Training Goals: Consider what the batting cage will be primarily used for. Hitting practice might require different space considerations compared to pitching or fielding practice. If you only plan on hitting from a baseball tee or a soft toss machine, a much shorter length will be required. 

Backyard Batting Cages Size and Space Considerations for Backyard Batting Cages

Picking the Right Batting Cage Frame Material

When setting up a batting cage in your backyard, the material of the batting cage frame is a crucial factor to consider. It determines the durability, stability, and overall longevity of your batting cage. The most common frame materials are steel and fiberglass, each offering unique benefits to meet different needs. Steel frames are known for their strength and durability, making them ideal for long-term setups, while fiberglass frames are lighter and more flexible, often used in portable cages. In this section, we'll explore these materials in detail to help you choose the right frame for your batting cage.

Steel Frames

  • Durability: Steel is highly durable and can withstand significant wear and tear, making it ideal for a permanent batting cage that will see frequent use. Tip: Make sure the steel is either powder-coated or galvanized.
  • Stability: The weight and strength of steel provide excellent stability, which is especially important in areas with high winds or extreme weather.
  • Maintenance: Steel frames require little to no maintenance, especially if they are galvanized or powder-coated.
  • Installation: Due to their weight and sturdiness, steel frames usually require a more involved installation process, either using heavy-duty ground stakes or cement.

Fiberglass Rods

  • Flexibility: Fiberglass offers flexibility, making it a good choice for portable cages that need to be moved or disassembled regularly.
  • Weight: Being lighter than steel, fiberglass frames are easier to handle and install, ideal for DIY setups.
  • Durability: While not as durable as steel, quality fiberglass can withstand regular use and is resistant to rust and corrosion.
  • Application: Best suited for temporary or semi-permanent setups and for those who prioritize ease of assembly and disassembly. Great for youth players and parents on a budget! 

Picking the Right Batting Cage Netting

Choosing the right net gauge for your batting cage is key to ensuring durability and safety. Here's a quick overview of different batting cage net gauges and their ideal uses:

  • #24 Net Gauge: Ideal for backyard cages for little league to high school players. Offers up to 4-5 years of durability with a 237 lbs break point. Perfect for DIY batting cage setups.

  • #27 Net Gauge: Similar in strength and appearance to #24, but a more budget-friendly option for backyard cages.

  • #36 Net Gauge: A popular choice offering great value. Suitable for little league to college level, and even some professional uses. Lasts 5-6 years in active cages, and over 8 years as a backstop net. It has a breaking strength of over 340 lbs.

  • #42 Net Gauge: A step above #36, ideal for heavy-use facilities and professional teams. Lasts 5-7 years with a 440 lbs breaking point. May be more than needed for typical backyard uses.

  • #60 Net Gauge: Best for those seeking longevity in heavy-use environments like colleges or professional teams. Breakpoint of about 720 lbs. Overkill for most DIY setups.

Backyard Batting Cages on a Budget

Investing in a backyard batting cage is a significant decision that involves careful financial planning. This section aims to guide you through various budget and cost considerations to help you make an informed choice that aligns with your financial capabilities and meets your training needs.

Understanding the Initial Investment

  • Price Range of Batting Cages: Batting cages can vary widely in price, from $200 up to $10,000+, depending on size, material, and features. Basic models can be relatively affordable, while more advanced setups with additional features like pitching machines and high-quality netting can be more costly. 
  • Additional Costs: Don't forget to factor in additional costs such as shipping, installation (if you're not installing it yourself), and any necessary accessories like batting mats or pitching machines.

Long-Term Value vs. Upfront Cost

  • Durability and Quality: Investing in a higher-quality cage can be more cost-effective in the long run. Durable materials and solid construction reduce the need for frequent replacements or repairs. Also, consider your kids growing up - It's better to grow into a larger batting cage than grow out of a small batting cage and have to buy batting cages twice.
  • Usage Frequency: Consider how often the cage will be used. A more expensive cage might be justified if it's going to be used frequently and for many years.

Take these costs and consider how much use the batting cage will get and how much money you will save by not having to take your kids to the public batting cages. And lastly, consider the value you and your family will experience throughout their baseball and softball journeys.

Backyard Batting Cages Reviews and Success Stories

Take a look at some video reviews of backyard batting cages customers have sent over the years below. You can also look at individual products and click on the reviews of each of them on this page. Be sure to check out this article of batting cage success stories to help you get some ideas and inspiration for your batting cage buildout.

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Batting Cage Accessories and Must-Haves

So you finally decided what batting cage you want, something that not only fits in your backyard, but fits your needs as a baseball parent. Here are a few accessories that every backyard batting cage needs in order to feel complete:

  • Pitching Machines - Pitching machines are a must-have for any batting cage. They allow players to practice by themselves, and they save your arm from constantly throwing the ball!
  • Batting Mats - A batting mat is truly a staple of a batting cage. It brings everything together and creates the batter's box and home plate, setting clear boundaries for the strike zone.
  • Batting Cage Backstops - Batting cage backstops serve two purposes: they protect the lifespan of your batting cage net (the part of the netting that gets abused the most) and serve as a strike zone. This is a low-cost item that you will regret not buying.
  • L-Screens - To keep your pitching machine safe and whoever is pitching, an L-Screen is imperative. L-screens allow balls to be thrown for BP behind the safety of a screen.
  • Ball Buckets - Affordable, simple, and convenient. Ball buckets make batting practice in a batting cage better.
  • Portable Pitching Mounds - Batting cages aren't just for batting practice, they can be for pitching practice too. A portable pitching mound or softball pitching mat can turn your cage into a practice haven for any aspiring pitcher.


As we wrap up this comprehensive guide on backyard batting cages, it's clear that whether you are a passionate player, a coach, or a parent looking to encourage a love for baseball or softball in your family, a batting cage in your backyard can be a transformative addition. It's not just about installing a piece of equipment; it's about creating a space where skills can be honed, bonds can be strengthened, and a love for the game can flourish.

Need more help? Give us a call at (888) 466-0009, or check out our blog for batting cage inspiration and our batting cage buying guide!