Register A Player
Our players range in age from 3 years old and up. Their disabilities range from learning disabilities and ADHD to cancer, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy and a third of our players suffer from autism. If a person is unable play in a regular Little League setting then they can play with us. Come, enjoy baseball with us.Read more . . . Read more
Become a Volunteer
If you would like to volunteer your time and energy to the enjoyment of children as they play baseball, then we would love to have you. Anyone 17 years and older who volunteers and has direct contact with any player for a period of time will be subject to a criminal background check for the safety of our players.Read more . . . Read more
Be a Sponsor
Through partnerships with the Junior League of El Paso and the Mayor’s Miracle Challenge we were able to build a one of a kind facility in El Paso. We are a non-profit that exists through the generosity of our sponsors. You may participate at many different levels from sponsoring a single player to a whole team.Read more . . . Read more
Miracle League of El Paso
There is something about playing the game that lights up a youngster’s eyes. But for children facing serious physical and mental disabilities, that opportunity can often be difficult to achieve. Baseball diamonds weren’t exactly designed with wheelchairs and crutches in mind.
The Miracle League removes the barriers which keep mentally and physically disabled children off the baseball field and lets them experience the joy of America’s favorite pastime. Since the main barriers for these children arise from the natural grass fields used in conventional youth leagues. Miracle League teams play on a custom-designed, synthetic turf field which accommodates wheelchairs and other assistive devices while helping prevent injuries. Each community’s goal is to raise the funds necessary to complete a Miracle League field.
But it’s more than playing a game. The Miracle League is about making new friends, building self-esteem and being treated just like other kids. To help the athletes the Miracle League uses a “buddy” system — pairing each player with an able bodied peer. The resultant bond is beyond imagination. – Director: Sandie Olivar