CULLMAN, Ala. – This week was a special one at Field of Miracles. Both the Cullman High School and Wallace State Baseball Teams visited for a game Tuesday night and both the Bearcats and the Lions showing their support always means a great deal to the Miracle League’s players.
The Field of Miracles is a multi-use sports complex designed to provide athletes of all abilities with a fun place to compete. The complex is considered to be the first in the country to combine a miracle field and regular-use softball fields in the same park. Miracle League Baseball utilizes the Field of Miracles during the spring and fall seasons. A rubberized field surface accommodates athletes of all capacities.
Bearcats Head Coach Brent Patterson is proud to be involved with the Miracle League and looks forward to visiting with his teams each season.
“We love making the trip over to Miracle Field. Every time we go, we are encouraged and blessed by the players who show so much passion and enthusiasm,” Patterson said. “The Miracle League is one of the best things Park & Rec does. Everyone involved put a lot into making sure those players have a fun and memorable season.”
Cullman Parks, Recreation and Sports Tourism’s Therapeutic Recreation Director Kelly Pulliam is always happy to host the Bearcats and was pleased to welcome the Wallace State Lions Baseball Team this week as well.
“We see the participation of the CHS baseball team and the Wallace State baseball team as an amazing thing. These two organizations bring enormous energy with them and the contributions they make can’t be measured,” Pulliam said. “The participation level of our players increases. Our players love the interaction with the teams. They remember that night for a very long time and the smiles on the faces of our players far outshine the lights shining on the miracle league field. We can’t begin to thank CHS and Wallace State baseball teams enough for the joy they bring to our program and the hearts of our players.”
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