INCOMPARABLE
TRAINING

“THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT WE
POSSESS THE TOOLS AND KNOWLEDGE
TO FOCUS ON THE ENTIRE ATHLETE”

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The Foundry Baseball Training Center is unlike any other baseball facility in Northern California.  With 45,000 square feet of performance space, our baseball training center consists of state-of-the-art equipment designed to enhance your athlete’s performance.  From our cages to HitTrax systems, our facility is unlike anything you have witnessed before.

All of our athletes have access to the Performance Training Center, where they can work on strength, speed and agility with our trainers.  All of our training is specific to the athlete and their needs.  In addition to the Performance Training Center, our athletes have access to Elevate Performance and Physical Therapy.  This is a crucial part of athlete maintenance and return to sport if they are ever injured.

Finally, and most importantly, our Academic Resource Center is available to athletes during all hours of operation.  With iMacs and WiFi, athletes are able to keep up on their studies in between their training.

Welcome to the next level…Foundry Baseball.

STATE-OF-THE-ART
FACILITIES

Unlike most cages, Foundry Baseball offers a large training area that consists of up to 6 batting cages, pitching tunnels and fielding areas.  With 25 feet of ceiling clearance, the athlete can get track true ball flight off the bat.  Come experience the difference!

45,000 SQUARE FEET OF PERFORMANCE SPACE
STATE-OF-THE-ART TRAINING CENTER
CUSTOM BATTING CAGES WITH 25-FOOT CEILINGS
HITTRAX VIDEO ANALYSIS SYSTEM

MONTHLY
MEMBERSHIPS

As a member of Foundry Baseball, you will receive the following:.

PRIORITY BOOKING OF CAGES
CAGE TIME (WHEN AVAILABLE)
 HITTRAX ANALYSIS & MEMBERSHIP TO THE HIT CLUB
 ONE FREE CLINIC PER MONTH (*WHEN AVAILABLE)
MEMBER SAVINGS ON ALL SERVICES

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

  • SUNDAY

    09:30AM – 07:00PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:30AM – 07:00PM

    Cage Rental
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  • Monday

    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Cage Rental
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  • TUESDAY

    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Cage Rental
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  • WEDNESDAY

    09:00AM – 09:30PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:00AM – 09:00PM

    Cage Rental
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    07:00PM – 08:30PM

    Hit Club
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  • THURSDAY

    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Cage Rental
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  • FRIDAY

    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Cage Rental
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  • SATURDAY

    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Private Instruction
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    09:30AM – 09:00PM

    Cage Rental
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Background

“HITTRAX BASEBALL IS BY FAR ONE OF THE COOLEST SIMULATORS I HAVE EVER USED!”

-ABCA 2016 ATTENDEE

 COACHING STAFF

KNOWLEGEABLE, POSITIVE AND ENCOURAGING COACHING STAFF THAT CARE ABOUT THE ATHLETE AS MUCH AS THEY CARE ABOUT THE GAME

  • Harvey SilvermanPitching Instructor

    Introducing Foundry Baseball’s pitching coach, Harvey Silverman – “Coach H”, and Pitch Command.
    I fell in love with baseball when my grandparents took me to the first night game played by the Minnesota Twins at Metropolitan Stadium. As a result, I became a baseball player, however not a very good one. Poor vision and eye-hand coordination can cripple baseball aspirations.
    So I became a student of the game. I played catcher through high school and coached Little League while in college (imagine that – a Little League that allowed non-fathers to coach!). It wasn’t until I had my own son and recognized his outstanding eye-hand coordination that I put my coaching hat back on. We won the Foster City Little League championship in 1999, and after my son had moved on to PONY, I stayed behind and managed the 2000 Foster City Little League 10-year old team to the NorCal state championship. In 12 of 16 tournament games, we held the opposition to three runs or less – and threw a perfect game. I went on to coach at the PONY level, but not my son. I believe that young athletes need to learn from different coaches, to find the little things from all along the way that creates a well-rounded player. Currently, I umpire at the high school level with the Peninsula Baseball Umpire Association (PBUA).
    My coaching philosophy is quite simple – put the kids into the best positions to succeed. Not everyone can be a pitcher – for some the glaring spotlight of being watched on every pitch is too much to handle. For those who want the ball, I work to establish safe and sound pitching mechanics along with developing the mental focus necessary to throw more strikes than balls. Baseball is a tough game – it is designed for more failure than success. It’s why the best hitters average around .300 – that’s a 70% failure rate. Young players need to know and realize this if they want to have fun and achieve some success in the game.  I coach and teach in ways that are both positive and nurturing.
    I look forward to meeting your athlete at Foundry Baseball.

  • Jamal HarrisonMaster Instructor

    A baseball and football standout at Palo Alto High School, Jamal was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 11th round of the 1995 MLB draft.  As a first baseman and outfielder, Jamal had an eventful five year career including a Midwest League All Star selection in 1998.

    Jamal retired from pro baseball and subsequently established himself as a top hitting instructor in the Bay Area.

  • Chris DeanInstructor

    Chris attended Hayward High School, where his prep career included two-time California High School All-State selections, and 1992 Mizuno All-American High School team playing with the likes of Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter.  Chris was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 11th round in the 1992 MLB draft, and went on to a seven-year pro career in that organization, primarily as a middle infielder.

    Since 2001, Chris has been a hitting and skills instructor in the Tri-Valley area, and has most recently coached the Alameda Merchants collegiate team.

  • Brandon (BJ) BoydInstructor

    Brandon is an alumni of Palo Alto High School and has been with Swagger Travel Baseball for four years, coaching 10 and under and also working with players on proper baseball conditioning.

    In addition to coaching Swagger, Brandon is also assistant baseball coach at Woodside Priory.

  • Brad SullivanGeneral Manager

    After twenty-five years of working in the corporate world, Brad finally decided to follow his dream by spearheading the opening of Foundry Baseball. Brad’s passion for baseball started at a young age. He was born and raised in Redwood City and spent his entire youth playing baseball. As a sophomore he was a member of the St. Francis Lancer Baseball team that won the 1983 CCS Baseball Championship and was Team Captain of the 1985 Lancer squad. After high school, he played one year for Menlo College and was set to play the following year at the University of Arizona but “Tommy John” Surgery cut his dream of a career in baseball short. To insure that the upcoming talent on the Peninsula doesn’t fall short of their dreams, Brad’s mission is to provide the tools for kids of all ages to follow their dreams of playing baseball not only in high school and college, but beyond. Teaching the proper fundamentals, mechanics, conditioning, and agility; Foundry Baseball aims to make players “Greater for Later”.

LET’S SMASH
YOUR GOALS
TOGETHER

Questions, bookings or feedback? Contact us by any of the channels below. We will respond ASAP!

 

Brad: (650) 421-3811

E: brad@foundrybaseball.com

2575 EAST BAYSHORE ROAD
REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063