Every Child Deserves A Chance to Play Baseball!
Registration is open for the 2021 Spring Season! While we will be having games in both the All Stars (Saturday) and All Americans (Tuesday) divisions, there will be some changes to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols. Please see below for more information.
The following safety steps will be implemented during the Spring, 2021 baseball season. With the exception of protocols relating to Buddies, the points outlined below will apply to both the All Stars (Saturday Assisted Play) and the All Americans (Tuesday Independent Play) divisions.
For the All Stars Saturday morning division, each player will need to bring their own Buddy. Buddies must ensure the player complies will all COVID-19 safety steps. The league will not have Buddy groups to assist the Players during the Spring, 2021 season. Each player will have their own Buddy and Buddies may not supervise more than one player per game.
All Players, Buddies, Volunteers or Caregivers must wear a facial covering that covers the mouth and nose before entering the field entrance area. Players, Buddies and Volunteers must continue to wear their face covering upon entering the field. All players, Buddies, Volunteers and Caregivers should remain at least 6 feet from others before Players, Buddies and Volunteers enter the field. Players/Caregivers, Buddies and Volunteers will be asked if the Player or Volunteer has experienced any symptoms consistent with Covid-19 prior to entering the field. Players, Buddies and Volunteers will have their temperature checked by an infrared forehead thermometer. Players, Buddies and Volunteers should bring their own masks but we will have a limited number of disposable masks available if needed. Players, Buddies and Volunteers will be required to use hand sanitizer before entering the field and at any time they return from exiting through the field gates. Players and families are also encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer.
When not in the field, each Player will be assigned a specific chair with their name on it. The chairs will be placed at least 6 feet apart on or near the 1st and 3rd base lines. Players will sit in the chair and, for the All Stars Saturday division, the Buddy will stand next to the player. Players will be given hand sanitizer after their turn in the field or at bat.
Players may remove their face coverings for a short period of time while seated.
Players who don’t bring their own bat will be able to select a bat for their first time at bat. Ideally, each player would use a separate bat but if more than one player uses a specific bat, the bat will be wiped down with disinfectant between players.
No handshakes, hugs, high fives, or any other physical contact between players or coaches/volunteers.
Families may sit together to watch the games but due to the limited amount of bleacher seating available to comply with social distancing requirements, they should bring their own folding chairs to watch from the open area near the restrooms or along the fences. Family units must maintain at least six feet of distance from other spectators and are strongly encouraged to wear facial coverings while watching the games. No gatherings at the tables near the entrance to the field.
There will be no concessions or merchandise available for sale. Due to the revised protocols, all registration fees will be waived for the Spring, 2021 season.
Please join us in thanking our Mauldin Miracle League partners below. These generous companies, organizations and individuals are the driving force that makes this baseball league possible. We sincerely appreciate their dedication in helping us fulfill our mission: "Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball."
The Barbara Stone Foundation/Greenville CAN
C & S Wholesale Grocers
Chick-Fil-A of Woodruff Road
Chuy's Tex-Mex Restaurant
Crystal Buffkin of TSS Photography
Culver's of Woodruff Road
Duke Energy Foundation
Fuddruckers of Woodruff Road
Greenville and Mauldin Civitans
The Greenville Drive
City of Greenville
Greenville Eastside Kiwanis
Mauldin Fire and Rescue
Mauldin Rec and the City of Mauldin
Mauldin Senior Center
Mauldin Sports Center
Rotary Club of the Reedy River Greenville
Turtle Shell Restaurant
Woodruff Road Chick-Fil-A
And a special thanks to our individual donors and our wonderful volunteer Coaches, Team Parents, League Volunteers and Board Members. None of this would be possible without you!
If we were to tell you about an organized youth baseball league...you might call it ordinary.
If we were to tell you the athletes have physical & developmental challenges... you might call it touching.
If you were to see them play...you would call it A MIRACLE!
All games are played at Sunset Park on Fowler Circle in Mauldin.
We Need Your Support
Please remember the Mauldin Miracle League for your tax deductible charitable donations. We're an all volunteer organization and typically over 90% of all donations go directly to benefit the children. We thank you for your generous support.
MML operates solely on donations from both private and public parties.
NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL
ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
Please make checks payable to:
Mauldin Miracle League
4 Teaberry Court, Greer, SC 29651
Mauldin Miracle League is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible.
On days with questionable weather, be sure to call the Rain Out Lines:
- All Stars Rainout Line: (864) 289-1001
- All Americans Rainout Line (864) 289-1000
The All Stars might still play even if it rains. Check the rainout line for more information. The alternate location is the Ray Hopkins Senior Center at 203 Corn Road, Greenville. It is located just off E. Butler Road, across the road south of Mauldin High. Rain days are all play games. Arrive any time after 10 am and play as long as you like up until noon.