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Person 1: What did the baseball glove say to the ball?

Person 2: Hmm. I don’t know.

Person 1: “Catch you later!”

Are you ready to get in the game? There are many different ways to play baseball in Hudson River Park.

The Pier, Park & Playground Association (P3) is a non-profit organization seeking to advance opportunities for children living in downtown Manhattan to play sports. P3 operates an indoor facility with 4 batting cages and other baseball training facilities, and uses Hudson River Park’s Pier 40 fields for outdoor play on a permitted basis. Baseball instruction is taught by former professional, semi-professional and collegiate ball players. This non-profit offers affordable baseball and softball camps for boys and girls. Scholarships are also available.

Looking to take a swing out of the weekend? Stop by the Chelsea Piers Field House Batting Cages. This Chelsea area mainstay is fitted with four state-of-the-art Master Pitch batting cages for participants and teams of all levels. All cages offer softball and baseball options with speeds that range from 35-75 mph, including an option for slow pitch softball. Whether for practice or play, you’re sure to have a good time.

Visit Chelsea Piers for information regarding batting cage hours, cage rentals, availability, and equipment.