What sets us apart…

Tony Abbatine, Founder


Based on the unique teaching models developed by our founder, Tony Abbatine,  FROZEN ROPES is not just a facility, it’s a philosophy.

Frozen Ropes Experience


There are not many sources in the baseball and softball world that can include five Major League Baseball teams, dozens of college baseball and softball programs and Team USA as clients.

Frozen Ropes Innovative Coaching


From our industry leading Visual Mechanics, Rock Fit Strength Training, to our Weapons of Mental Dominance workshops, our teaching goes beyond the play of the game.

Frozen Ropes Instruction


Repeating clichés has no place at Frozen Ropes. Our staff is challenged to go beyond their playing experiences and how “they did it”.

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Manny Ramirez

“If you want to be a complete hitter, spend time improving with your visual skills. Tony is the best in baseball in teaching the visual game.”
Manny Ramirez
Seven-Time MLB All Star

“Tony has the ability to develop a players’ skill both mentally and physically. His quality instructors prepare players for the next level. As a former Frozen Ropes student, I strongly recommend it.”
Sam Militello,
Former New York Yankee
Asst. Baseball Coach, Univ. of Tampa

​​”Frozen Ropes Training Center is the Mecca in pitching for the amateur players.”
John Tumminia,
Scouting Supervisor, Chicago White Sox

 “We all have been taught to work hard and give 110%. With Tony you learn how to work smart and develop skills that will last a lifetime!”
Tim Walton
Head Softball Coach, University of Florida

​”The Frozen Ropes Training Center is unquestionably the most progressive teaching laboratory baseball has ever seen…nobody has been more progressive than Tony Abbatine. They are the soul of baseball’s future.”
Lou Pavlovich, Jr.
Editor, Collegiate Baseball

“It is always refreshing to watch an organization that is built on solid core beliefs. It is clear that Tony is constantly striving to teach such characteristics to young baseball players. His curriculum will definitely teach players to work the right way.”
Idris Liasu,
Assistant Baseball Coach University of Rhode Island