This state-of-the-art softball and baseball training facility is worth visiting.
Softball Fans two 70' and two 55' baseball cages, two 70' baseball throwing lanes, nine 55' softball cages, an indoor turfed field and a retail store. The staff and trainers are super friendly and they know what they're doing because they actually play the game.
It's the perfect place to train during the off-season especially because it is an indoor facility. I am catching for Kaylee Saggio, a Galesburg student and JV softball pitcher so I've seen first-hand how incredible their trainers are.
Softball Fans is a decked-out facility that features year-round training, and a jaw-dropping retail store plus top-notch websites offering the best softball and baseball gear. We’ve truly become a destination for thousands for athletes and fans all across the country.
Softball Fans is located just off of 94 and Sprinkle Road on Midlink Drive.
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Softball Fans Inc.
has acquired Worden’s Softball Academy and will expand at the Midlink Business Park in Comstock Township to accommodate it.
Softball Fans, which markets itself as the largest online retailer of high-end softball and baseball equipment, and which now operates a large training center, finalized an agreement on Thursday to acquire Worden’s.
Worden’s, a local softball training operation, will relocate from Oshtemo Township into the Softball Fans location in early April, said Bryan Knoll, owner of Softball Fans. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
“With Kim, it was kind of a no-brainer,” Knoll said of working with Worden’s owner Kim Worden. “She has been in the area for 32 years and for us to get that type of customer-base was kind of an easy decision.”
He said Worden has an impeccable reputation and trains high-caliber players, which are the type that utilize the gear sold by his business.
Worden’s is an 8-year-old business now at 6251 Technology Ave. (off 9th Street, near Swat Fitness and Bounceland). It will become a part of Softball Fans and Knoll said the addition will necessitate adding another 20,000 square feet of space to the room Softball Fans already has at Midlink, bringing its total footprint there to about 55,000 square feet.
Softball Fans, itself, just relocated in January from South Westnedge Avenue in Portage to Midlink.
“For me, personally, after doing this for 32 years, I am in this for the short-term,” said Worden, a former player and coach at Western Michigan University who specializes in private training for pitching and hitting.
Worden will continue with the business as director of softball training and her staff of 15 will continue to serve their clientele of more than 350 area women and girls involved in fast-pitch softball.
Although she said she is at least two years away from hanging up her training cleats, Worden said, “I’m looking further ... and I wanted to make sure our staff, trainers and students have a home base to continue to do what they do and thrive. I did not want it (her business) to fragment in the next few years, with everybody going in different places in search of a home.”
She said Knoll is a great businessman who found her as she was looking to transition her business into a larger space, and transition it for the future. Knoll said Worden’s is a wonderful fit for with his growing operation.
Contact Al Jones at [email protected] or 269-388-8556.
CHAMPIONS DEFINE US
With 5 professional trainers, we provide our players with 1-on-1 training sessions that are customized to the individual. Our step-by-step training method allows our athletes to develop to their highest potential at their own pace.
YEAR LONG TRAINING
Our professionally equipped facility allows us to promote year long training. With a 12,000 square foot indoor field, we believe that Baseball is no longer a summer sport.
September 6th – December 21st
January 9th – March 29th
April 10th – June 14th
June 19th – July 26th
Whether participating in a Group Training session, or attending a Specialized Clinic or Camp, we strive to develop our player’s teamwork abilities. By working together, the athletes are able to learn from one another as well as form relationships that will help them on and off the field.
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