Miracle League of Plymouth

The Miracle League of Plymouth

The Miracle League of Plymouth is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing children with physical and mental disabilities an opportunity to play organized baseball. This league is non-competitive, with all players getting to bat and circle the bases each inning.

For more information, please visit the Miracle League of Plymouth website.

Connect to the City online registration site here.

 **Note: We can no longer accept late registrations for baseball due to insurance restrictions.  Please be sure to register your player before the end of the registration periods noted below.**

**Note: Maximum number of players is 60 per age division per season.  A wait list will be created once 60 players per division are registered.*

For questions contact: info@miracleleagueplymouth.com.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Age Division: 5-12 years, 13+

When does the 2021 game seasons run?

The Spring game season is scheduled to begin the week of May 1 and end the week of June 19.  The Fall game season is scheduled to begin Aug. 14 and run thru Oct. 2.    

Players can register for one or both sessions.  The Fee for both Spring and Fall sessions is $110.00.  The fee for a single season is $65.00

When are the games?

All games are scheduled for various times on Saturday, depending on the number of players enrolled.  There are two innings per game, with no game lasting more than one hour and twenty minutes.

When is Registration?

Online registration for Spring or Spring and Fall Season is March 1 through March 31 at 4:00 p.m.

Online registration for Fall only is May 1 thru June 25 at 4:00 p.m.

In-office registration at the City Recreation Department is Mon. – Fri. from 11:3.0 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. during the dates listed above.

Where are the games played?

All games will be played at the Miracle League of Plymouth, Bilkie Family Field, located at 357 Theodore St. in downtown Plymouth.

When will I be notified that my child has been placed on a team?

After the registration period ends, each player is assigned to a team.  Each team has two coaches and each player is assigned a buddy for the season that provides encouragement and assists with hitting the ball and rounding the bases. The coaches will call the players approximately two weeks before the season starts.

What should the players wear?

All players will receive a t-shirt and baseball hat on opening day.  Players may wear any type of short or pant and may wear any type of shoe with the exception of cleats.