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The Miracle League of Harford County was founded by Tom Walls & Family. It began with the simple idea, provide children and adults of all abilities the chance to play baseball. The Miracle League of Harford County will be serving communities in Harford County and Northeastern Maryland.

Play. Volunteer. Donate.

The Miracle League of Harford County was founded by Tom Walls & Family. It began with the simple idea, provide children and adults of all abilities the chance to play baseball. The Miracle League of Harford County will be serving communities in Harford County and Northeastern Maryland.

WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING…

My name is Shannon and my son Ryan plays for the Miracle League. He’s 6 years old and has autism. On the field his nickname is Ryan the Runner because all he does is run and run and run and run – Coach Rob and Coach Tom know what I’m taking about! He hits the ball and runs straight through first base laughing the whole way and doesn’t stop even if there are several buddies chasing after him yelling “Go to second Ryan!!” Everyone usually gets a good laugh out of it and once he’s wrangled, cheers from the bleachers get louder and he’s welcomed home with high fives and praise.

All joking aside: Before Ryan’s first game I didn’t know what to expect. I was a nervous wreck thinking my son can barely speak never mind understand the rules of a sport! Our world was changed when Tom Walls grabbed Ryan’s hand on that soggy Saturday morning and said “Come on Ryan, let’s go!” Suddenly, my nerves fluttered away and I quietly watched the coaches and buddies take Ryan to the field.

The Miracle League isn’t just a baseball league – it’s a community where parents and players feel safe and supported. Tom, Sharon, Katie, and all the league volunteers have created an environment where players are encouraged at any level to participate. The players are not only taught basic fundamentals of the game, but their abilities are accepted with patience and understanding.

The players are treated to a state of the art field, safe equipment, endless supply of baseballs, and, most importantly, volunteers who truly care and want to give everyone a shot. It’s hard to have a special needs kiddo and attempt a sports team. Actually, it isn’t hard – It’s impossible. The Miracle League made playing a sport possible for Ryan and so many others. I also want to mention that the Miracle league is free to players. No one has to pay to play. The league welcomes everyone who wants to join. This is all made possible by so many generous donations! So, a huge thanks to all of you.

To Tom and Sharon – I wish you knew how much your kindness and generosity means to families like mine. You’ve given Ryan an opportunity to shine. You’ve also given Ryan a chance when there aren’t many chances out there. You’ve touched so many families in so many ways. Your passion for your community and EVERYONE in it, your ability to turn a thought into a reality and truly make kids’ dreams come true doesn’t go unnoticed. God chose both of you to lead this league and for that we are all forever grateful.

WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING…

My name is Shannon and my son Ryan plays for the Miracle League. He’s 6 years old and has autism. On the field his nickname is Ryan the Runner because all he does is run and run and run and run – Coach Rob and Coach Tom know what I’m taking about! He hits the ball and runs straight through first base laughing the whole way and doesn’t stop even if there are several buddies chasing after him yelling “Go to second Ryan!!” Everyone usually gets a good laugh out of it and once he’s wrangled, cheers from the bleachers get louder and he’s welcomed home with high fives and praise.

All joking aside: Before Ryan’s first game I didn’t know what to expect. I was a nervous wreck thinking my son can barely speak never mind understand the rules of a sport! Our world was changed when Tom Walls grabbed Ryan’s hand on that soggy Saturday morning and said “Come on Ryan, let’s go!” Suddenly, my nerves fluttered away and I quietly watched the coaches and buddies take Ryan to the field.

The Miracle League isn’t just a baseball league – it’s a community where parents and players feel safe and supported. Tom, Sharon, Katie, and all the league volunteers have created an environment where players are encouraged at any level to participate. The players are not only taught basic fundamentals of the game, but their abilities are accepted with patience and understanding.

The players are treated to a state of the art field, safe equipment, endless supply of baseballs, and, most importantly, volunteers who truly care and want to give everyone a shot. It’s hard to have a special needs kiddo and attempt a sports team. Actually, it isn’t hard – It’s impossible. The Miracle League made playing a sport possible for Ryan and so many others. I also want to mention that the Miracle league is free to players. No one has to pay to play. The league welcomes everyone who wants to join. This is all made possible by so many generous donations! So, a huge thanks to all of you.

To Tom and Sharon – I wish you knew how much your kindness and generosity means to families like mine. You’ve given Ryan an opportunity to shine. You’ve also given Ryan a chance when there aren’t many chances out there. You’ve touched so many families in so many ways. Your passion for your community and EVERYONE in it, your ability to turn a thought into a reality and truly make kids’ dreams come true doesn’t go unnoticed. God chose both of you to lead this league and for that we are all forever grateful.

Thank you for joining us for the 3rd Annual Miracle League on the Links! We couldn't do this without your support!

FALL BASEBALL SEASON

Starting Saturday, September 11, we will be having the players split into 2 groups. Ages 13 and under will begin play at 9:30 am and age 14 and up will begin at 11 am. These changes will make it possible to have more one-on-one skills training and possibly more game time. In addition, it will create a safer atmosphere for the players since there will not be the wide spread of ages on the field at the
same time.

We are planning on having games each Saturday till the end of October. We know that not everyone will be in attendance every week, but love having those that can make it out and welcome everyone whenever they can attend.

We look forward to more great times on the field and helping the players.

Ages 5 – 13 Saturday Mornings 9:30 am
Ages 14 and up Saturday Mornings 11:00 am