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Player Spotlight

Where do you live or go to school? I live in Raleigh, NC.

How long have you been a Miracle League player?  5 years

What team are you currently playing on? Blue Jays

What do you like to do when you are not playing baseball? I like to sing.

What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? Seeing all my friends – it makes me happy. 

Where do you live or go to school? I attend Dynamic Opportunities.

How long have you been a Miracle League player?  7 years!

What team do you currently play on?  Dodgers

What do you like to do when you are not playing baseball? Traveling, hanging out with family, collecting trains, dancing, watching movies, laughing, and having fun

What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why?  Hitting the ball, and running and dancing on the bases.

Volunteer Spotlight

Where do you live? Raleigh

How long have you been a Miracle League volunteer?  I have been a coach since the fall of 2015. 

What team are you currently coaching? I am currently head coach of the Diamondbacks, the best team out there. 

What do you like to do when you are not coaching baseball?  When I am not coaching baseball and hanging out with my favorite people, I like to go running and biking.

What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why?  My favorite part of a Miracle League game is getting to hang out with and cheering on my players. I love seeing their smiles when they hit the ball and run around the bases. My second favorite part is singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” at the top of my lungs.

Where do you live?  Cary, NC

How long have you been a Miracle League volunteer?  Since the Spring 2018 season, so just completed my 4th year.

What team are you currently coaching ? METS! 

What do you like to do when you are not coaching baseball?  Volunteering as a Lecturer, Student Mentor, and Board Advisor for NC State’s Industrial & Systems Engineering students

What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? The overall fun that the players have being out there, enjoying the game, their buddies, running the bases, batting routines, playing catch…all of it.

Event Feature

New and like-new ball gloves are available to MLT players through our Get A Glove program at no cost. Currently enrolled players may receive a glove with new participants given priority. Players who received a glove last season are not eligible for another this fall. Players, CLICK HERE to submit your request for a ball glove which will be distribute at the field with your uniforms before the first game. Get a Glove is made possible through the generosity of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact Cyndy Vagle at CVagle@MLTriangle.com

Season Highlights

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Pappy Van Winkle Raffle
Ultimate Bourbon Collection Raffle