Miracle League invites kids with disabilities to play baseball

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – It’s opening day for a baseball league that empowers kids with disabilities.

It’s the thirteenth year the Toyota Bluegrass Miracle League has been welcoming all athletes onto the field and with a brand new rubberized all accessible turf anyone can play.

Josh Sabol was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.

At six years old, his mother signed him up for baseball through miracle league.

For the next ten years, the Sabol’s would dedicate many Saturday’s to the game.

“It’s just an opportunity for Josh to do things that he otherwise wouldn’t get to do,” said Charita Sabol, Josh’s Mom.

Josh plays for the dodgers and says his favorite part is making big hits.

Charita Sabol says her son gets to play his favorite game, learn new skills, and make new friends.

For a full schedule of the league, click here.



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