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Our Inclusive Baseball Programs

Learn more about the opportunities the Miracle League of Mercer County provides to our players by selecting from one of the programs listed below and clicking on “MORE INFORMATION.”

Spring & Fall Seasons


Every year, the Miracle League provides two full seasons of baseball.

Game Structure
  • All players are provided a buddy – “Angel in the Outfield” to assist in the field, around the bases, and at the plate.
  • Games are two full innings, 1-hour time frame
  • Each team bats around each inning.  There are no outs recorded.
  • Each team has two lead coaches.
  • We do not keep score.
  • There are no practices.
  • Families are asked to arrive 10 minutes prior to their game time.
Spring Season Key Dates
  • Registration:  January 1 – March 1
  • Season:  April – June (first weekend)
  • Miracle League Night at Trenton Thunder Stadium
    • Every spring, MLMC is honored prior to a Thunder home game.
Fall Season Key Dates
  • Registration:  January 1 – August 1
  • Season: September – October
  • End of Year Bonfire & Movie Night
    • We conclude outdoor Miracle League programs each October with a family gathering at the field.
  • Regular season league play is typically $40 per (spring/fall) or $75 for both if you bundle.
  • For information on fees, email

Travel Baseball


Since 2022, the Miracle League now offers players and families the opportunity to compete against other Miracle Leagues from around the country; both in a traditional Miracle Division setting, as well as our new Advanced Skills setting.

Travel Structure
  • Each year we look to schedule at least one weekend of home games at our Miracle Field, and one set of away games at different Miracle League.
  • Tournaments are TBD based on availability and schedule of other leagues
Miracle Division
  • All of our traditional season play rules apply.
Advanced Skills
2023 Travel Schedule
  • All Abilities Travel Tournament:  The Ripken Experience – Pigeon Forge, TN (July 29 – Aug 2)
  • Camden County Miracle League – Cherry Hill, NJ (October 7)

Summer & Winter Clinics


Our summer & winter clinics are made possible through collaborations with Trenton Thunder Baseball and The College of New Jersey Baseball.

Summer Clinic Structure
  • Two summer sessions
    • Mon, July 17 through Wed, July 19
    • Mon, Aug 7 through Wed, Aug 9
  • Held at the Miracle Field
  • 6:00 – 6:45 p.m.
  • 45-minute sessions
  • Instructional
  • Group size (6-10 players)
  • Run by current TCNJ Baseball players
Winter Clinic Structure
  • Two 6-week sessions
    • Dec – Jan, once per week
    • Jan – Feb, once per week
  • Held at Trenton Thunder Stadium batting cages
  • 45-minute sessions
  • Instructional
  • Group size (4-8 players)
  • Access to HitTrax technology

Advanced Skills League


Individual/Small Group Training & Family Field Rentals


Miracle League now offers opportunities to players & families to get more chances to use the Miracle Field as a way to enjoy family time, or develop skills through small group & individual training with Executive Director Dan Sczweck, along with volunteer players and coaches from our local high schools & colleges.


Social Events & Parent Social Planning Committee

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On top of our baseball programs, Miracle League seeks to connect as much with our #OneLeagueOneFamily as possible.  Through the leadership of our Parent Social Planning Committee, MLMC hosts a number of events each year in an effort to create more shared experiences together, outside of our baseball programs.

These events include:

  • Annual Easter Egg hunt.
  • Sensory movie night.
  • Bowling night.
  • Family Halloween night.
  • Annual BonFire & Movie Night
  • Winter Wonderland & S’mores w/Santa

The Garden State Plate


The Garden State Plate at Armando’s Cafe gives our players (14 and older) experience practicing their employment skills.  Player workers will work on customer service, inventory, and money skills, just to name a few.  Shifts are one hour in length and usually fall either directly before or directly after a player’s game.  We try to pair each player worker with a volunteer buddy when possible.  We want every player who wants to participate to be able to.

To address any accessibility issues and ensure each player’s success, we collaborate with The College of New Jersey’s Center on Sensory and Complex Disabilities; as well as utilizing the skills of parents and MLMC Committee members with backgrounds in special education and speech, occupational, and physical therapy.

For more information, email Garden State Plate Coordinator, Sarah Reggimenti, at