Minnesota Miracle Leagues

Creating Opportunities for Kids to Play Baseball

The Miracle League believes in providing opportunities for children between the ages of 3-19 with disabilities, to play Miracle League baseball, regardless of ability.

Each field operates independently under the direction of the National Miracle League. Many of the fields located within the state of Minnesota were created due to the efforts of Mr. Kevin Thoreson under the Miracle League of Minnesota name.  His efforts have touched thousands of lives and his contribution to the state of Minnesota will last for generations to come. (read more here)

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Minnesota News & Events

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Miracle League of Blaine Board Members Visits Landscape Structures

On June 9th and 10th, we (Lori Gehrke and Brandy Eckman and our husbands) met with Diane Alford, President and founder of …

Blaine Miracle League Field Parent & Coach End of Season Party & Meeting

Hello parents and coaches from the Blaine Miracle League field! As you may have noticed, there are some changes occurring …

Izzy Gehrke Takes Minnetonka By Storm!

Izabella Gehrke, a Miracle League of Blaine Saturday teammate, played in Minnetonka today. Izzy was part of a group of kids …

Memorial Day at Blaine Miracle League

A little bit of rain wasn’t enough to keep our kids from playing baseball at the Blaine field! Thanks to …

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Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball

“The Miracle League” is a charitable organization that provides children with mental and/or physical challenges an opportunity to play baseball as a team member in an organized league. The Miracle League gives these children the opportunity to get out in the sunshine, and enjoy playing the game of baseball in its purest form.

Dylan can’t walk but that doesn’t stop him from rounding second base. Jennifer has Downs Syndrome, but the Miracle League has given her more self-esteem than her parents ever dreamed possible. Kaliegh can’t hear, but the cheers of his teammates have never been louder. The Miracle League gives hundreds of disabled children something few dreamed possible, the chance to play baseball. Yet in all their joy and triumph, there’s still one thing missing – the ability to play the sport like everyone else.

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