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Challenger ball will be played Monday evenings from 5:00pm-6:00pm on diamond 7. The season will start May 1, 2018 weather permitting.

 

 

What is Challenger Baseball all about?


Challenger Baseball is a program that provides an opportunity for children with cognitive or physical disabilities to enjoy the full benefits of participation in baseball at a level structured to their abilities.

Baseball games are played in a fun, safe environment where no score is kept. Able-bodied (Buddies) are assigned (one on one, where possible) to each participant. These Buddies assist the Challenger players with their involvement in the game. Pushing wheelchairs around the base path, assisting players in how to hold the bat and swing, or providing protection for the Challenger player from a batted ball, are just a few of the ways the Buddies offer a better experience for the participants in Challenger Baseball.

Each participant is treated like every other player in the conventional baseball program. All players are outfitted in uniforms, use the same equipment, and play their games at the local baseball parks. A team picture is a must for Challenger, as it is in the other divisions.

Last but not least, the smiles are plentiful and free! The joy on the face of each participant in Challenger Baseball makes it very clear how much fun they are having. No pressures, no playing time issues, everyone just has fun! It's what baseball is supposed to be all about.

OBJECTIVES

1) To provide opportunities for children, youth and adults with disabilities to play organized baseball.

2) To provide experiences that enhance the lives of children, youth and adults with disabilities and their families.

3) To empower children, youth and adults with disabilities through baseball and physical activity.

4) To teach children, youth and adults with disabilities the core life skills inherent to baseball, including teamwork, communication, determination, resiliency, inclusion, independence, confidence, self-esteem, social skills and courage.

5) To provide opportunities for children, youth and adults with disabilities to make new friends, meet other children and families in the community and become part of a team.

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