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Terry Whitfield

1704 Rollins Road
Burlingame, California 94010
Terry Whitfield
650-270-4545
Ed Ricks
650-219-2800
THE BEST BATTING CAGES IN THE BAY AREA!!

Operated by former San Francisco Giant Terry Whitfield, FUTURE PRO is a state-of-the-art batting cage facility which also provides professional level batting and pitching instructions for players of all ages looking to develop and improve their baseball skills.

  • LED pitching machines for baseball and softball
  • Special toss machines for hitters of all ages
  • Bats and helmets are also available
  • Clinics for coaches and teams available
  • Easy freeway access from 101 and 280

The LED pitching machines provide a realistic game-like experience to improve your hitting.  Two speed, left and right handed pitches are available with the LED machines.  Softball players can hit on both slow and fast pitch
machines. 

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For batting cage reservations call either Terry or Ed (reservations recommended).
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Hours of Operation
School Year
Summer and Holidays
Monday - Friday 3:30- 8:30
Saturday 9:00 - 4:00
Sunday 10:30 - 4:00
Hours subject to change.
Please call

 

 
Professional instruction

Future Pro is an indoor state-of-the-art batting cage facility which also provides professional level batting and pitching instruction for players of all ages looking to develop and improve their baseball skills.

Sample ImageFrom beginners to advanced players, Future Pro can teach you the basics, or help you realize your full potential.

Instructed by former major leaguers, Terry and Ed will design a personal training program to meet your skill level - and aspirations. 

 

Endorsements

"Ed is great with kids.  He has a knack for teaching them how to improve their pitching technique to make the most of their abilities."

- Chet Lemon, former centerfielder for the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox, now a high school coach in Florida 

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Philosophy

"The job of the pitching coach is to take a complex bio-mechanical process and break it down into a series of simple movements that can be learned in sequence by his student.  You have to learn from each student what's going to work for them in understanding these concept and your style and approach to each individual."

- Ed Ricks