The Miracle Field of Murfreesboro

Let them play ball! The Miracle Field is open and games are already being played on Murfreesboro’s special needs baseball facility. 

The Miracle Field features a custom-designed, special rubberized baseball field built for children and adults with special needs and accommodates wheelchairs and other assertive devices. A buddy system pairs able-bodied peers with the Miracle League athletes.

In addition to the ball field, the complex includes an inclusive playground that benefits all children with accessible ramps and turf, sensory stations and an easy-to-ride zipline, just to name a few features. There are also covered bleachers and picnic table seating, along with concessions and covered bleachers.

Check out pictures below as well as media coverage from NBC and the DNJ.

Want to support the cause? Check out our Miracle Field Paver Program or donate!

NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

DNJ Miracle Field a Legacy for Murfreesboro 

 

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Miracle Field Paver Program


MiracleLeague_RGBThe Miracle League believes that every child deserves a chance to play baseball, regardless of their abilities. The Miracle League in partnership with Project One Four is bringing America’s favorite pastime to the children of Middle Tennessee.  Project One Four is funding the construction of a special facility in Murfreesboro, Tenn. to support the unique needs of Miracle League players and their families. For more information on The Miracle League visit their web site, MiracleLeague.com.


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