miracle-playerThis league is designed specifically for youth age 3-18 with cognitive and/or physical challenges. It will provide an opportunity to play baseball as a team member on an integrated team, on a specially designed field at the Bielenberg Sports Center Complex. This league will also provide a volunteer buddy, as needed.

Everyone hits, everyone gets on base, and everyone crosses home plate! EVERYONE has fun! 


If participation is sufficient the teams/leagues will be separated by age. If not, the leagues will be combined. Two inning games will be played once a week on Mondays and Wednesdays (additional days will be added if needed). The teams will play once each week on Mondays & Wednesdays. The game day switches to allow for playing multiple teams during the season. Games will start at 6/6:30 p.m. and run about 1-1.5 hours.

Volunteers: What you need to know! 

Individuals (Full Season)

We welcome volunteers that want to commit to the entire season in various capacities. The commitment for these positions is approximately 2-2.5 hours each week committed to one specific team on Monday’s & Wednesday’s (once each week).miracle-team

  • Head/Asst Coaches
  • Team Managers
  • Bench Helpers
  • Player Buddy

If you are interested in coaching or volunteering, please contact the Parks and Recreation staff at (651) 714-3583 or email rsmidt@ci.woodbury.mn.us.

Group/Athletic Team Buddies

For more information, send an email to rsmidt@ci.woodbury.mn.usmiracle-buddy.

  • Wear your team jersey or just come as you are!
  • No Cleats (metal or rubber) on the fields.  Please wear tennis shoes while on the field.
  • We are hoping that your entire team will attend and be buddies as some of our teams have 15 players on them.
  • The games are on the new Jeff Hanson Miracle Field at the Bielenberg Sports Complex.
  • Team/groups need to provide at least 10 buddies for a game.

Click here to see the Miracle League Volunteer Guide 
Questions can be directed to rsmidt@ci.woodbury.mn.us.

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