The one thing you cannot replace is that outdoor feeling of hitting a ball. Here at Home Run Stadium we boast the largest high dome batting cage in Arizona, and continue to serve the East Valley since 1986. For over 30 years our batting cages have and continues to serve batters of all ages, from T-ball to professional baseball athletes year round. We're a family ran business located just east of downtown Mesa, Home Run Stadium provides in the East Valley the best outdoor batting cage experience in the entire Phoenix valley. Soon to come will be the extension of the Valley Metro Rail having a station just a few feet away, which will make for easy access with public transportation.

Our pitching machines feature 8 baseball cages with speeds ranging from 35-85 mph, and 6 softball cages with both slow and fast pitch. Additional amenities at our facility include an air conditioned clubhouse where Home Run Stadium patrons can purchase batting time, take a break with the arcade for the younger hitters, refreshments, and select batting gear.  Additionally the surrounding batting cage areas are equipped with "state of the art" misting system for the summer time months in keeping our hitters and audience cool. Home Run Stadium also provides for special events, catering two grills for party and event patrons.

Home Run Stadium History

The Home Run Stadium batting cages started in 1986 as 'Danny's Dugout', then owned by Mesa native Danny Lee. A few years later in 1991 the batting cages was purchased by Richard Oltmann of Chicago who incorporated a new kind of pitching machine "Robo Pitch", thus the new business name 'Robo Pitch Stadium'. The "Robo Pitch" pitching machine was a Japanese made machine that incorporated life-like pitching machine to deliver pitches to batters. And then in 1996 the current owner and operator, Roc Rothchild took over the business and Home Run Stadium started.

Rothchild-profileCurrent owner and operator Roc Rotchchild is a veteran having served in the United States Marine Corps in the early 70's, with also having a father who served in World War II and a son who also served in the US Army. Roc lead a career in the banking industry after his military service, and after retiring from the field of work turned to the batting cage business. Roc is a long time active member of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars here in Mesa (Dode Morris Post 1760), and has three children.