Step Up To The Plate! DK Games Are Here

Abbi Nicolella
May 18, 2020

PITTSBURGH – As we transition to the summer months, Diamond Kinetics is proud to introduce DK Games as part of the SwingTracker App Experience.

With “5 New Ways to Play”, DK Games gives players a new but challenging way to get better, have fun and ultimately play more baseball.

The games consist of two home run derbys, two cumulative distance challenges and one swing plane challenge. Plus, former MLB great, current MLB Network personality and DK Player Advisor Sean Casey lends his voice to the games as your play-by-play announcer.

Furthermore, as you try out each of the games, you’ll see that each HR Derby contest is directly related to the participant’s competition level. Home run distance is measured according to field dimension regulation guidelines from 8U to Professional, giving everyone an equal opportunity to go yard and hit dingers.

So step in the box and show us what you got.




Challenge yourself, your teammates, or your friends to see how many taters you can hit before the clock runs out. Bring out the big stick and race against time as you try to win this challenge. Ready to drop bombs? Go!


You have 10 outs to hit as many dingers as you can. Challenge yourself, your teammates or friends to see who can mash the most. Let it rip and don’t leave anything in the tank. Batter up!


In this challenge you’ll have to combine speed and power as you race against the clock and try to hit the distance milestone. Challenge yourself, your teammates, or your friends. Can you go the distance?


This challenge is simple. You have 10 swings to total as much distance as possible. Home runs work best, but so do doubles to the gap. Challenge yourself, your teammates, or your friends. Step up to the plate and let’s see what you got!


Elevate and celebrate in this challenge. Earn points for hitting with a positive attack angle. Challenge yourself, your teammates, or your friends to hit line drives or dingers. Just keep that swing consistent and attack angle going in the right direction. Who wants to swing?