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To Learn, Act and Perform like an All-Star!

From the novice player to the future All-Star, We deliver Exceptional Services for all Skill-Leveled players. Our Goal is to help everyone Succeed and Strive to exceed Expectations Through our Performance. In 2007, Matt and Bascha Whiteside began the journey to create a State-of-the-Art facility in St. Louis, the home of the best baseball fans in the country! All-Stars Family Owned Business has grown to what it is today, the leading Indoor Baseball and Softball Training facility and Indoor Batting Cages in the Midwest.  All-Star prides itself on staying current with technology, providing Elite Instruction, Exceptional Customer Service and holding true to their core values all inside of 50,000 sq.ft.


The All-Star Team is here to help shape the talent of tomorrow with our very experienced instructors as we offer specialized lessons and information to help better each individual’s skills and strengthen any weaknesses. So, no matter the area you may be lacking, All-Star and their team will be able to help mold you into a better player.

Camps & Clinics

Come join us at one of our camps to improve on your skills! Throwing, Catching, Fielding, Hitting  and Base Running to name a few.   On Deck we have Weekly Summer Camps offered at our Indoor Batting cages  in St. Louis!

Rentals and birthday parties

All-Star Performance offers Birthday Parties and Rental options for Teams or Individual Use.  All-Star Performance Indoor Batting cages in St. Louis are incredibly proud of the knowledge and expertise that they can provide to their customers. Offering  7  Indoor Batting cages, 2 Indoor Practice Turf areas, a 100×100 outdoor field and 4 full-sized Bullpen Mounds.

Our Team

We have over 15 years of experience teaching and playing combined and are looking to tutor the young players of today, and make them into the stars of tomorrow. All-Star Performance is owned and run by former MLB player Matt Whiteside, who has over 6 years of Major League Baseball experience under his belt while his overall career spans 17 years of professionally playing the sport.