HIT AND PITCH OF OWOSSO recently made a move to the previous Dollar Daze building in downtown Owosso. Hit and Pitch features high-tech batting cages from little league up to varsity league and offers a variety of pitching machines for both softball and baseball. The new facility, located on the corner of Main and Exchange streets, is open, bright, has easy access to parking, and will continue to ensure the finest in training methods to local players. The relocation of this business will be nice for the downtown Owosso corridor since Hit and Pitch is open most days until 9 p.m., and it will be pleasant to see another of Owosso’s historic shopping buildings illuminated during twilight hours.
Michael Ihm, owner of Hit and Pitch, is more than happy about the recent move, and has several plans underway to suit clients new and old. Friday evenings will include Kids Night from 6 to 9 p.m. Family Night will happen on Saturdays from 4 to 9 p.m. Perhaps, the most exciting development is his plan for an arcade with 12 to 15 game units and a redemption area. The arcade will be located in the southeast corner of his business.
Individual and team rates are available at Hit and Pitch, along with a variety of training options and instruction. The facility is also open for classes, parties, and larger get-togethers. Regular hours will be Monday through Friday from 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from noon until 8 p.m.
(Independent Photo/Karen Mead-Elford)