Site News

09/03/2014

"Miracle League's 2015 begins in April 2015

 

 ROB COX

   

HELP NEEDED FOR BUDDY VOLUNTEERS.

TO VOLUNTEER
wHETHER  OR NOT YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLE LEAGUE DOES NOT REALLY MATTER... HOWEVER  BELIEVING  IN THE ABILITY OF THE PEOPLE WE SERVE IS EVERYTHING  IN THE WORLD TO ALL OF US … THANKS FOR BELIEVING AND SERVING AND PLAYING AND MOST OF ALL…. LOVING US … THANK YOU!

ROB COX,
 CHAIRPERSON
OF MIRACLE LEAGUE
OF EAST ALABAMA

 

West Ridge Baseball Complex - Field #8, 1600 Covington Avenue, Opelika


Academy Sports

The Miracle Field of East Alabama project is not only a baseball field, but it includes an entire environment suited for special needs youth and ball players. The field itself has a rubberized synthetic turf allowing wheelchairs and walkers to glide unrestricted in addition to the accessible dugouts and bleachers. The environment encompasses a control center with wheelchair and walker accessible restrooms & water fountains, an all accessible press box, a special needs accessible playground, and a pavilion for family and community fellowship.

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FORMS FOR THE SPRING 2015 SEASON To learn more about the season and download a copy of the registration form, click on the following links: Introduction letter and Registration form You will need Adobe Acrobat Viewer to see these files.

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Can Newton
     Cam Newton makes visit to Miracle Field and makes one player mighty proud.

  Hey Rob, do you know if anyone got a good picture of this little guy Collin
or found out any thing about him and his family? I met mom on the last day
of our games she was walking with him across the park and I asked her if he
played baseball with us. She said, "No, we're not from here and I just was
looking to see what was going on over here." She was in town with her other
child who was playing in a tournament or championship.
I asked her if he could play with us, she was so cute she said "I don't
think he would know what to do and I'm not sure...." I told her not to worry
we will help him every step of the way and I introduced them to Rusty who
got a shirt and hat for him and put him on the cubs team. You always say if
they come the last day they still get to play. I think what would be a
great story to display on the website, unfortunately there was so much going
on we didn't get a chance to finish our conversation, she did get a chance
to give me a hug and thank us for letting him play and how much fun they
had. I love that he even got a trophy.
I was just wondering. Stay blessed.




Check Complete Schedule For Year

Miracle League 2011

Flag Dedication Melnick Plaque Dedication
Play Ball

Miracle League Day at Plainsman Park
 
This project initiated by the Lions Club of Opelika