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Covington, Louisiana Baseball Facility

Here at our baseball facilities in Louisiana, we are open by appointment only. Please call the number above or email us here for more information on our services locally or to schedule an appointment. Follow this link here for our 3X Velocity Pitching Camp listings and information. You can contact us below for pitching camp availability.

TopVelocity Training Facility Address
17588 Hard Hat Dr.
Covington, LA. 70435
(415) 877-4850

New Orleans Baseball

We are located 1 hour from the New Orleans area across the causeway bridge. Please schedule an appointment before making the trip to visit. Here is the driving directions from the New Orleans, Airport to our facility in Covington, LA:

New Orleans International Airport to Covington Baseball Facility

  1. Get on I-10 E in Metairie from Airport Rd – 8 min (3.9 mi)
  2. Take Lake Pontchartrain Causeway and Tammany Pkwy to N Collins Blvd/Hard Hat Dr in 2 – 50 min (41.4 mi)
  3. Turn right onto N Collins Blvd/Hard Hat Dr – Continue to follow Hard Hat Dr – Destination will be on the left – 54 s (0.3 mi)


  • YunFong Flanigan
    December 20, 2015 1:40 pm

    Hi Coach Brent, I am currently a sophomore pitcher in highschool and would like to attend one of your camps in the summer. I am wondering how long the camps are and how much would it cost to train with you guys depending on how long the camps are, thanks and hope to hear from you soon!

  • Hi coach Brent, I am a 30 year old former D3 RH pitcher who has stayed active pitching since I graduated…(men’s league teams) I have since become a teacher but would have loved to have a chance to play pro ball. With the availability of slow motion video now I have come to see some flaws in my mechanics which I’m hoping could be corrected and with proper training could improve my velocity which is probably in the mid to high 70s Max at this point. I also feel I might benefit from the workout regimen and if I put on some muscle. I’m only about 140 5’11. I was wondering if I should consider coming down for the camp this July 11-12 and staying for the week following. Please advise!