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Our Mission Is To:

  • Provide opportunities for children with disabilities to play Miracle League baseball, regardless of their abilities.
  • Promote community support and sponsorship of Miracle Leagues.
  • Promote the construction of special facilities that meet the unique needs of Miracle League players and their families.
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The Betty and Bobby Allison Miracle League Ball Field is a specially equipped, custom designed field with a cushioned synthetic turf that allows players utilizing wheel chairs and walkers to glide unrestricted without fear of injury. This is a level playing field where players with disabilities can hit, run, catch and play ball.

 

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What is the Miracle League?  It’s Hope, Determination
and a display of Human spirit that is unequaled. 
And of course…there’s baseball.
 

There is something about playing the game that lights up a youngster’s eyes. But for children facing serious physical and mental disabilities that opportunity can often be difficult to achieve. Baseball diamonds weren’t exactly designed with wheelchairs and crutches in mind.

 

The Miracle League removes the barriers that keep children with mental and physical disabilities off the baseball field and lets them experience the joy of America’s favorite pastime. Since the main barriers for these children arise from the natural grass fields used in conventional youth leagues, Miracle League teams play on a custom-designed, rubberized turf field that accommodates wheelchairs and other assertive devices while helping to prevent injuries.

 

But it’s more than playing a game. The Miracle League is about making new friends, building self-esteem and being treated just like other kids. To help the athletes, the Miracle League uses a “buddy” system – pairing each player with an able-bodied peer.  The result is a bond that cannot be described. The Miracle League serves children who suffer from any physical or mental disabilities, which causes them to be excluded, whether intentionally or not, from conventional youth Baseball leagues.  According to the 2000 Census Bureau, there are 12.3 million Children in our country, including Puerto Rico and Canada who have disabilities between the ages of 5 and 19 and with young adults that number increases substantially.

 

The first Miracle League field opened in Conyers, Georgia in April 2000. Word spread and by 2002, fields opened in South Carolina, Alabama, West Virginia, Illinois, and California. There are   presently 240 plus Miracle League Organizations across the country including Puerto Rico and Canada, while serving 200,000 plus children and young adults.

 

The Miracle League has an aggressive plan to help local communities build Miracle League complexes around the globe. 

 

Our players may not be able to run the bases or hit the ball as well as some of their peers, but they have an equal amount of love and determination to play baseball.  We want to help them achieve that dream.

 

Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball!

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