Screen Shot 2018 09 25 at 2.19.03 PMTRUMBULL: The indoor recreation industry in Connecticut continues to build out with a new baseball and softball training facility at 30 Nutmeg Drive.

D-BAT Trumbull is scheduled to open in late fall in a 20,487 square foot space in a former warehouse space. There are 76 locations nationally and the Trumbull franchise is the first D-BAT facility in the state and will be managed by Lou Bunosso.

D-BAT will offer batting cages, lessons, camps and clinics, and a shop to purchase baseball and softball equipment and apparel. The business will also offer membership packages that will reduce the cost of lessons, camps and shop purchases.

“D-BAT has more than 20 years of successfully fulfilling the original vision, which is that the best way to teach the game was by getting into the details of baseball and softball with each and every player and instructing them as individuals,’’ Bunosso said.

“D-BAT has as a core belief that every player plays a different game and should be taught to maximize his or her talents to suit his or her game.’’ Bunosso added.

The deal a ten year lease was brokered by Christopher Grundy and Eva Komreich of Avison Young. The facility is located in Trumbull Corporate Park.

“We are not about teams, games or tournaments,’’ Bunosso said. “Rather, we focus on training every player to be the best they can be regardless of age or talent level, and to have fun while doing so.”