Syracuse Challengers Baseball Opening Day
June 2 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Syracuse Challengers Baseball Will play at Mattydale fields and Carrier Park Every Tuesday and Thursday from June 2nd to July 21st
The Syracuse Challenger Baseball program is the largest single district Little League International Challenger Baseball program for children and adults with special needs in the country. In 1982, Syracuse Challenger Baseball was created by a group of parents in Eastwood. Lead by Skip Soule, they wanted a safe and fun place for children with special needs to play baseball. Across the country similar Challenger programs began surfacing at such a rapid pace, that in 1989, Little League International created a special “Challenger Baseball Division” to recognize these special baseball players as members of Little League International. Syracuse Challenger Baseball was chartered as an official Little League Challenger pram that same year. As the Syracuse Challenger baseball grew, with no home field of their own and traveled around Onondaga County looking for a place to play their games and call home.
*Please know that it is our deepest desire to provide safe opportunities for friends of David's Refuge to gather in fellowship. We will always adhere to the guidelines set forth by the CDC and encourage guests to use whatever measures to make themselves more comfortable.