Intro to Domes

Types of Domes: Indoor Baseball Domes

The number of youth in baseball and softball leagues is nearly 9.5 million. Add to that the millions of adults in recreational softball leagues and it’s easy to see there is a big market for these games.

Baseball and softball are subject to the whims of weather. That’s why many year-round dome designs are configured with an indoor baseball field to accommodate practices and games.

Batting practice inside an indoor baseball dome

Any softball or baseball parent who has shivered through the cold and drizzle of an early-season game can appreciate the comfort of a covered, climate-controlled indoor baseball dome. Plus, a consistent, safe, all-weather playing field reduces liabilities for communities, schools and clubs.

Think big, build bigger

In games where the ball is hit high and long, the wide open space of a Yeadon sports dome is key for baseball and softball. Yeadon’s unique design provides a steep vertical rise in dome ends, providing much more playable space than other options.

Additionally, designing your dome for versatility makes good business sense. The field may host nighttime softball games while the daytime hours are filled with football, soccer, lacrosse and field hockey. more

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