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Our indoor facility is called TCOS Training Center (14420 21st Ave N Plymouth, MN 54477). 

It is the Home of the Minnesota Vortex & Minnesota A's program.

In 2019, we started and finished construction on half of our current space. In 2022, we have completed our expansion project and more than doubled our space.
TCOS Training Center features...
🥎 11,000 square feet turfed area
🥎 2 collapsible batting cages
🥎 Pitching machine with the best spin and change up features to challenge our hitters
🥎 16 full size pitching lanes
🥎 Special areas dedicated to Lexi Kretsch & Jack Thibault
🥎 Area & Equipment for Performance and Strength Training
🥎 Countless tools, equipment and gadgets to help us improve our game
🥎 Centralized location in Plymouth, MN
We are also able to host in house our annual program events like College Recruitment Information Night, Winter Training 5 days/week, Super Saturday Pitcher & Catcher Day, Positive Self Talk & Nutrition Night, Spring Open House and many more to come!
HUGE thanks to the Bartz Family, TCOS & our Vortex/A’s Board, Coaches, Players & Families for making this possible!
We are truly grateful to be one of the few (if not only) club programs in the metro area that has their own indoor facility AND outdoor field complex (Loretto Athletic Complex) all to ourselves.









We utilize fields in the central and western metro, but we are the only elite club to have a long term agreement on home fields, The Loretto Athletic Complex (300 Lorenz Street Loretto, MN 55357).  The Minnesota Vortex & A's program partnered with the City of Loretto in 2021 on a 10-year agreeement to make these our home fields and work together to make some monumental improvements.  Some improvements in Spring of 2021 were: turning Phil Tabery field (former soccer field) into a softball field with a permanent 200' fence, renovating the concession building and bleachers and finishing them off with A's and Vortex colors, and completing the construction of a warm up area complete with batting tunnels and bullpen area.  Next on the to-do list is:  improve 6 dugouts across all 3 fields, replace asphalt surfaces, make lighting improvements, and other smaller tasks to make our home complex a pristine and wonderful place to play in the Western Metro. 

     Walkway into the Complex                                                                                A's building and Vortex bleachers



Phil Tabery field (new field)                                                                               Phil Tabery field



Future batting tunnel and bullpen area                                                           Harry Smith field



Bob Koch field                                                                                                      View of complex from Bob Koch field



Playground in the entryway                                                                              Loretto Athletic Complex borders Arnold Klaers Field, Home of the

                                                                                                                               Loretto Larks Townball team




TCOS and Loretto Athletic Complex are our own but we also rent facilities and fields in Plymouth, Wayzata, Minnetonka, Chanhassen, Edina and Bloomington to cover all needs and to serve our players all over the metro.


Photos by Stan Waldhauser, Digital renderings by Eric zumBrunnen.