Why choose Downtown Baseball?

Downtown Baseball’s mission is to nurture each individual player’s baseball and athletic skills. Our growth mindset is adaptable to all ages and abilities.

Downtown Baseball is a small training center that offers a full 80 foot batting cage with pitching mound as well as a second 45 foot batting cage.  The 80 foot cage can also be divided into two 40 foot cages. This set up offers three 40 foot batting cages.

Positive Environment

Downtown Baseball makes every effort to provide a positive environment whether we are training in our facility or playing on the field.

Personal Training that is personal

Every player has there strengths and areas of improvement. We work to identify the best way to work with each player in a way they can thrive. No one-size-fits-all mentality here!

Passionate and Experienced

Our coaching staff have a genuine passion for the game and most importantly, a passion for developing players. It helps that they are also experienced and are active in the Sacramento baseball community.

Pete Pryor, owner of Downtown Baseball, is a native of Sacramento. Growing up in Tahoe Tallac Little League and East Sac Babe Ruth, he attended Hiram Johnson West Campus. Here he was a part of the 1991 Sac Joaquin North Championship team. Next he played at Sacramento City College under legendary coaches, Jerry Weinstein and Paul Carmazzi. In 1996, Pete was drafted and signed by the Chicago White Sox. He played for their minor league affiliates, the Hickory Crawdads of the South Atlantic League and the Winston-Salem Warthogs of the Carolina League.
Pete Pryor
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
Austin is currently an assistant coach for Sacramento City College baseball. He is responsible for all aspects of catcher’s development and assists with the hitter’s development as well.
Austin grew up in Rocklin, California where he attended Rocklin High School and played for renowned coach Roc Murray. After graduating, Austin chose to attend Sacramento City College where he started for two years at catcher. During his freshman year, Austin’s defense helped the Panther pitcher’s post a 2.37 staff ERA. After his time at Sacramento City College, Austin accepted a scholarship to California State University, Monterey Bay
Austin Spainhour
Assistant Coach
Pete PryorHead CoachAustin SpainhourAssistant Coach