Where do you live or attend school? I live in Holly Springs.
How long have you been a Miracle League player? I have played in Miracle League for at least 15 years.
What team are you currently playing on? The Braves!
What do you like to do when you are not playing baseball? When I’m not playing baseball, I like to take walks with my family, eat at Chick-fil-A, and dance.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? I always looks forward to Tuesday nights when I can play baseball. I love my coaches and buddies but my all time favorite thing to do at Miracle League is dancing in the outfield.
Where do you live or go to school? I am a graduate of Dynamic Opportunities here in Raleigh where I live.
How long have you been a Miracle League player? Many years. I was on the baseball field the opening day of Cary’s Miracle League field.
What teams do you currently play on? The Twins!
What do you like to do when you are not playing baseball? I began the Pathfinders Program at Wake Tech this year. I enjoy taking classes. Specifically, this quarter in which I’m taking the Animal Care Cohort. My favorite so far. I enjoy spending time with my fiancé, Riley, in my free time.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? The starting line-ups announced at the beginning of the game of because each person gets acknowledged by name. (Though I like hitting a home run, too!)
Where do you live? Wake Forest, NC
How long have you been a Miracle League volunteer?This might be my 7th year.
What do you do on game days? Public Address Announcer
What do you like to do when you are not at our baseball? When I’m not sitting on my couch with our four dogs, I officiate high school wrestling and girls lacrosse.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? Why? Watching the kids succeed and smile as they’re doing it. Their enthusiam is contagious and their achievement is heartwarming.
Where do you live? Raleigh, NC
How long have you been a Miracle League volunteer? 3 Seasons, 2nd Year Coaching
What do you do on game days? I coach Durham Tide.
What do you like to do when you are not coaching baseball? I love throwing family gatherings. I love to dance, and spend time with my fraternity brothers.
What is your favorite part of a Miracle League game? My favorite part of Miricale League is seeing the smiles on my players’ faces as they run around the baseball diamond. It fills me with joy.
The Miracle League of the Triangle’s third annual Swinging for the Fences Golf Tournament will be held at the prestigious Governors Club in Chapel Hill on August 14th, 2023. Proceeds from the tournament will help us continue our mission of providing positive life experiences for our players and their families through baseball. This is a shotgun-start tournament with 18 holes, 4 golfers per group. For complete information to golf or be a sponsor CLICK HERE.