May 31st, 2023
April 18th, 2023
Join us on Sunday, August 6th, for the first annual Swing Fore the Kids Golf Outing, benefitting the Miracle League of New Albany, and presented by presented by Brandon Ecleberry, Luke Klingele, and Reid Luffler. We have a goal of $20,000 to raise, which will allow us to continue to provide a safe, successful and enjoyable baseball experience for children, teens and adults with special needs. Click here for specific event details, to make a donation, register for the tournament, or to become a sponsor. Thank you for your support!
February 7th, 2022
The Ohio Parks and Recreation Association (OPRA) awarded Miracle League of New Albany
first place for Capital Improvement Projects up to $1 million in its annual Awards of Excellence
We’d like to take a moment to recognize the Klingele Family, the Miracle League board members, our generous donors, and volunteers for your role in making this dream a reality. Because of you, more than 130 different abled players have been able to enjoy playing baseball since we opened in 2021. We are honored to be part of such an outstanding community, and look forward to many more years of fun, laughter, and baseball.
January 24th, 2022
2022 Registration Now Open:
We are so excited to announce that the 2022 season registration for the Miracle League of New Albany is now open!
Registration will be open through March 31st. We can’t wait to see you there!
Select the following link to register through the New Albany Parks & Recreation site:
The 2022 season is coming! We are currently seeking volunteers in the following areas:
- Buddy Leaders
- Game Announcers
- Facility Support
Select the following link to sign up as a Miracle League of New Albany volunteer:
October 13th, 2021
September 10th, 2021
July 19th, 2021
Friends, Supporters, and Colleagues:
After a successful opening day this fall, the Miracle League of New Albany is focusing on establishing itself for a successful spring season. We are planning to open the season on May 7th and run Saturday games through July 23rd.
As you know, this league brings out the best in our community to ensure ‘every child has a chance to play baseball.’ It is a league powered by volunteers and that is why I am reaching out to you today. Miracle League baseball requires that each player have a buddy to assist with hitting & running bases and accompanying the player into the outfield. Teams need 2-3 coaches and there is a great deal of field coordination from set up, announcing, and tear down after the games are over.
If you would be interested in volunteering for the season, or even individual days, please use this link to sign up and indicate your interest. Please feel free to forward it to others you think would be interested in this amazing baseball league.
Should you have any questions – please reach out to our league directors Denise (email@example.com) and Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org) Bell.
Thank you all for your support! Looking forward to the spring season.
May 31st, 2020
Registration is now open! Visit the New Albany Parks & Recreation website to register.
Opening Day, October 2, 2021, is just around the corner, and what a day it will be!
Be sure to check back often for more details about Opening Day, the grand opening celebration, and additional weekends of October baseball. It’s almost time to say “Play Ball!”
February 27th, 2020
Click HERE to Support The Miracle League of New Albany during The Big Give!
January 24th, 2020
Join The Miracle League of New Albany at City Barbeque on Saturday, March 7 for a special fundraising event!
City Barbeque will donate 10% of the entire day’s sales to MLNA, so grab a friend, pile the family into the minivan, and come eat some delicious BBQ to help give every child the chance to play baseball!
This past week, the City of New Albany cleared the land for The Miracle League of New Albany field! The site is a perfect match for the facility, and the City was able to maintain a few mature trees which will help create a park-like environment. Take a look at the photos below. We’re getting closer and closer to giving every child the chance to play baseball.