We now offer TWO terrific birthday party packages for kids from ages 6 and up. The HOMERUN PARTY lasts for 2 hours and includes about 80 minutes of activity time (dodgeball, kickball, whiffleball, hitting cages, soccer, touch football, big ball, blast ball, and more) and about 40 minutes of party room time (pizza, soda, cake, gifts, etc.) while the GRANDSLAM PARTYlasts 2.5 hours (not recommended for kids under age 9) and includes about 110 minutes of activity time and about 40 minutes of party room time. The typical party starts out with a customer-selected age-appropriate (based on the average age of all party goers) activity in our batting cage area. About 45-60 minutes into the activity, we'll come into the party room for pizza, soda, cake, and birthday gifts. Once all the festivities are complete, we'll return to the activity area until the end of the party (parent pick-up time). For younger kids, we can even arrange for a guest appearance from our friend and mascot, Bambino.
Parties can be tailored to your needs. Our party rates are not "per person" based. You only pay for any additional food or drink you may require based on the number of party guests and others (parents, grandparents, etc.) you may decide to feed. You build the party. We do the work!
Call us at (410) 590-3224 for further information and to check availability.
Dodgeball - Our MOST POPULAR birthday party activity. This works best for kids ages 9 years and up but can be played by those as young as 6 years of age. It is the one game that parents participate in at nearly all our parties. Our dodgeballs made of a soft (nerf style) ball with a coated surface. Body hits (even from the dads) are normally harmless. Face hits (from the dads) might sting a bit but most players bounce right back. Kickball - probably the 2nd most popular game at our parties. This is the BEST game for kids of all ages and all levels of athleticism. It works well because nearly all kids can master the basic skills of kicking and running. The baseball rules part of the game is normally customized to the specific age group and ability level. This is another game in which parents can often participate. Whiffleball - another popular party game for ages 6 and up. We provide the "all-time" pitcher for the games to keep the pitches consistent and keep the game moving. Our pitcher tries not to help with the fielding except when needed to keep the games from becoming lopsided. Consider the baseball ability of the overall guest list (not just the birthday child) when selecting this activity.
Soccer - great for ages 6 and up. Like kickball, lots of activity and lots of running. This is a good solid choice for the younger groups and for those soccer players.
Touch Football-this game works best when the participants have some football playing experience. Ages 10 and up are suggested. If you have a party of mixed ages that includes some participants under age 9, we do not recommend football.
Big Ball - this is one of best the "big kid" games. Big Ball is a game played like baseball and like kickball. You use a small soccer ball and pitch on a bounce to the batter. The batter hits the ball with a regular baseball bat and runs the bases. Defense is played like kickball. This game is a "big kid" game because it takes some effort to hit the soccer ball with power. Although the game can be played by kids as young as 8 years old, we recommend ages 11 and up for this activity.
Blast Ball - the best selection for parties with very young guests (ages 4 to 6). Blast Ball is a version of tee-ball where the batter runs to a base that honks.
Knock the Monkey - another selection for parties with very young guests (ages 3 to 5). Knock the Monkey is a series of throwing games where the player gets to "knock the monkey" off various locations.
Hitting Cages - hitting cages are recommended for parties with 9 year olds and up. We find that the "average" hitter is capable of making occasional contact off our machines around age 8. Typically party guests have a wide range of ages and athletic ability. If you are inviting a number of non-baseball/softball players, we do not recommend this activity. If, however, the guest list is your child's baseball or softball team, then this activity works very well.
Our own lovable mascot Bambino! ======>
He's being a little shy... while trying to show off his new baseball jersey!