It's more than a baseball game



“My favorite part of the Green Jackets game was when I rounded the bases with my best friend Saxon pushing me, some of the GreenJackets players made a victory tunnel for me as I came into home plate. I loved that my dad got to help me bat too,” Justin Salter, a veteran Miracle League

 
 

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MIRACLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

The Family Y of Greater Augusta's Miracle League is a baseball league specifically designed for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities. Games are played on a rubberized surface field that accommodates wheelchairs and other assistance devices. The Miracle League Field located behind the Uptown Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center on Wrightsboro Road.

We hold competitive and non-competitive leagues in the Spring and Fall seasons with registration in February and July. The non-competitive league's main focus is fun! Each player is paired with a helper called a "buddy" and everyone hits each inning and there are no outs or scores kept. The competitive league calls balls, strikes, outs, and keep score. Each player in the competitive league must be able to play without assistance. For both leagues, each game lasts 4 innings or 1 hours, whichever comes first.

For questions or if you are interested in volunteering, please contact Rina White at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 706-922-9597./p>