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Perfect Game Indoor Facilities:

850 Twixt Town Rd NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Ph. 319-373-0892

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm
Friday & Saturday 9am-6pm
Sunday 10am-4pm

Closed for the following holidays:
Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day

NOTICE: Our grand opening will be delayed until December. We want to make sure that we are completely done with the new facility so you can enjoy all our new and updated facility features.

Keep an eye out for our all new National Indoor Hitting League, starting this winter! (See details in link below)

Facility Info:


Membership Length

Family Members

Full Payment Option

Monthly Payment Option

12 Months




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6 Months




6 Months




6 Months




Day Pass



Lesson Pricing: 30 Minute Lessons

Member Pricing

Non-Member Pricing

Single Lesson- $45

Single Lesson- $55

5 Pack Lessons- $215

5 Pack Lessons- $265

10 Pack Lessons- $400

10 Pack Lessons- $500

Team Rental Rates: (12,000 sq ft - 8 retractable cages) - $200/hr, for 10 or more hours: $150/hr

After Hour Team Cage Rentals:  Friday/Saturdays after 6pm, Sundays after 4pm - $40/hr per cage, for 10 or more hours: $30/hr per cage

Click here to sign up for all Indoor Facility events/activities

Upcoming Events:

Chad Christensen Hitting Camp
Sun Dec. 28
12u- 9am-10:30am
16u- 10:45am-12:15pm
18u- 12:30pm-2pm

Chad Christensen Hitting Camp

Lou Collier Infield Camp
Sat/Sun Jan 10-11th
Perfect Game Indoor Facility

Click here to view more information on this Camp (PDF flyer)

Instructor Bios:

Kevin Schuver:  Hitting and catching instructor- Kevin was a two time first team all-state catcher at Marion High School as well as a 3 time all-conference and all-district performer. Before leaving Marion, Kevin posted a .527 batting average that is tied for the highest in school history for a single season. Kevin went on to play college baseball at Kirkwood Community College and Coe College. While at Coe Kevin was a two time all-conference player as well as an all-region player his senior year. Kevin was a part of the 2011 team that posted the most wins in school history. Kevin is entering his 7th season as an assistant baseball coach at Marion High School and coached 2 seasons as an assistant at Coe College. Kevin resides with his wife Katelynn in Cedar Rapids.

Jason Piddington:  Piddington has 12 years experience working with pitchers first as an Assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville followed by a Head Coaching Stint at Dubuque Wahlert High School. After two years at Wahlert Piddington returned to the college ranks with a year at Lincoln Trail Community college and two years at Western Texas Junior College. At Lincoln Trail Piddington oversaw a pitching staff that led the conference in ERA and won the regular season championship. After joining Perfect Game Full time in 2009 he began giving private lessons. Piddington had 2 former players (Nick Kirk-Wahlert & David Arnold-LTC) go on to play professional baseball.

Chris Brown:  Chris attended high school and Junior College in Texas before being drafted by the Houston Astros in 2001. Chris enjoyed 2 seasons with the Astros organization before being injured during the 2003 season. Over the next nine years Chris then performed extensive rehab including several MLB team camps and clinics. Chris brings a plethora of arm strength and agility drills to Perfect Game along with his extensive experience working with all levels of players.

Steve James:   James is a graduate of Cedar Rapids Washington High school and was a starting pitcher for the Warriors on their 1999 and 2000 teams that finished 3rd in class 4A. He was named Honorable Mention All-State, All-Conference, All-District, and All-Metro teams his senior year. James pitched collegiately at Kirkwood Community College and Coe College battling injuries from his sophomore year on. James has 10 years of experience at Perfect Game as a pitching instructor, scout, and coach for the PG Iowa Select Teams. Since 2005, James has coached over 80 Division 1 players and more than 25 draft picks including 2nd rounders’ Mitch Keller, Alec Rash, and Kellen Sweeney.