Miracle League season kicks off

The Miracle League baseball season kicked off on March 21 at San Dieguito Park in Rancho Santa Fe with a barbecue and ball games.

Miracle League is a charitable organization that provides children with special needs an opportunity to play baseball as a team member. Miracle League and LEAD San Diego volunteers were on hand to serve lunch and help the players.

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Related posts:

  1. Rally for Miracle League
  2. Miracle League welcomes teams at fall opener
  3. Lacrosse league gears up for season
  4. Little League season takes off
  5. Opus 2008 gala kicks off Symphony’s season

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