Where do you live or go to school? My name is Libby Bradford and I go to Immaculata Catholic School in Durham.
How long have you been a Miracle League player? I started playing Miracle League when I was five years old. That was six years ago!
What team are you currently playing on? I play on the White Socks. But before them, I was was on the Biscuits.
What do you like to do when you are not playing baseball? When I am not playing baseball, I like playing in the pool, going on walks and runs with my family, reading books, listening to music and being with my friends.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? I like it when everyone cheers for me when the umpires calls me safe. Why? Because who doesn’t like that?!
Where do you live? Camdyn lives in Wendell, NC and attends Wakelon Elementary School
How long have you been a Miracle League player? Camdyn has been a Miracle League player since 2017 (I think).
What team are you currently playing on? Camdyn is a member of the Lugnuts team.
What do you like to do when you are not playing baseball? When Camdyn is not playing baseball, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing board games (Candyland is his favorite), wrestling (action figures and stuffed animals), watching WWE wrestling and watching YouTube.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? Camdyn’s favorite part of the Miracle League game is “Shaking his Groove Thang” when it’s his turn to bat.
Where do you live? Apex, NC
How long have you been Miracle League coaches? 10 1/2 years (you’ll never get rid of me!)
What is your role as a volunteer? Currently coaching the amazing Mets on Friday nights in Cary. I previously coached the equally amazing Indians on Saturdays.
What do you like to do when you are not volunteering with the League? My favorite activity is spending time with my fantastic children Molly (15) and Jack (12). They’ve both become regular Miracle League buddies and enjoy it a ton. I also coach Jack’s baseball team in Apex. Beyond that, I play a lot of really bad golf and slightly above average tennis.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? The entire game experience is awesome so I can’t point to just one part. My favorite moments are when I get one-on-one interaction time with players to learn more about them and start to develop a meaningful relationship. And of course, I love the breakthrough moments such as when a player is verbal with me for the first time, gets their first hit, their first over the fence home run, or walks/runs the bases for the first time. Any breakthrough moment like this at a Miracle League game–no matter how big or small–inspires me more than virtually anything else in my life. I’m constantly blown away by how amazing these players are.
Where do you live? Knightdale
How long have you been a Miracle League coach? 12 years
What team are you currently coaching? I am the Head Coach for the Blue Jays at the Raleigh field.
What do you like to do when you are not coaching baseball? When I’m not volunteering with the Miracle League I enjoy helping people with their dogs and with their health and wellness.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? My favorite part of a Miracle league game is the utter joy and happiness of the kids on the field. As a Mom to a special needs child I appreciate having a place where they are loved, accepted, and appreciated. It’s a magical place!
Date: Feb. 18, 2021
Time: 7:00-8:00 pm
Parents and players can take advantage of this informative Q & A forum to learn what changes and challenges the 2021 Spring Miracle League season brings. Watch your email for an invitation to join us on Zoom.