The Miracle League of the Triangle
CARY, NC (February ) – Spring registration is currently open for Triangle-area children and adults with special needs who want to join an adapted baseball league.
The Miracle League of the Triangle, a baseball league for individuals with disabilities, has announced that spring season registration will remain open through March 4 or until all spots are filled.
The Spring season begins March 27 and lasts approximately eight weeks, with games at Andy’s Foundation Field located at Adams Elementary School in Cary and Fred Smith Field, 3011 Queensland Rd, Raleigh. The synthetic surface ball fields and adapted program are especially designed for players with disabilities.
Miracle League teams do not exceed 15 players, and player registration is open to individuals age 5 and up with any diagnosed disability–cognitive or physical. Games are noncompetitive and last about one hour. Each player bats and scores twice per game and is announced by a personalized nickname and theme song.
In addition to new players, the Miracle League of the Triangle is recruiting volunteer coaches, buddies, umpires, and game announcers. For more information, or to register as a player or volunteer, please visit www.MiracleLeagueOfTheTriangle.com or contact the league at 919-238-0333.
About The Miracle League of the Triangle:
The Miracle League of the Triangle is a North Carolina 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that creates positive life experiences for children and adults with special needs and for their families through baseball. Founded in 2006, the league currently operates with 38 teams during the spring and fall seasons. For more information, please visit www.MiracleLeagueOfTheTriangle.com.