The goal of the Miracle League is to make participation in the League an enjoyable and rewarding experience for your child. Safety is a top priority. We have community volunteers who are buddies to assist your child. Since the League has grown so much, we wanted to restate expectations for parents/families, so that the League runs smoothly for all participants and volunteers.
Please read and abide by the following expectations to help insure for a safe and successful summer of baseball.
Mark and Lisa Robbins, Founders/Managing Director, Miracle League of the Fox Valley
A parent or guardian must be in attendance at every game a Miracle League player attends.
No parent = No play. The parent is expected to be the first responder in a case of illness, accident or injury to their child. Parents are also expected to have on hand any specific medications for their child and are solely responsible for dispensing them as required. The parent is there for all medical decisions involving their child. A first aid kit is available in the gear box at the field.
Uniforms are required and expected to be worn at each game. Team identity is part of the League experience, and our team sponsors have donated generously to assure that players have great team uniforms. No uniform = no play.
Proper shoes are required. No flip flops or open toe sandals are allowed. This is a safety rule and will be enforced.
Weekly attendance is expected. If a player can’t attend a game it is expected that the parent communicate this with the team coach and players’ volunteer buddy. It is the parents responsibly to have contact information for the team coach and volunteer buddy.
Only authorized persons are allowed on the field. Once the game starts, only players, volunteers and team management that have a signed release form on file are allowed on the field. Parents, siblings, grandparents, etc are not allowed on the field or in the dugout while a game is in play.
No food or beverages are allowed on the field. Food is not allowed in the dugout or on the field. The only beverage allowed in the dugout is water and this must be in a container that has a lid. Spills make the surface extremely slippery which equals an unsafe environment.
Your help is needed. If your team is playing the 5:30 game help is always needed with setting up the field. Between games assistance with changing out the team flags is needed. After the 7pm game help is needed taking down the flags and with putting the equipment back in the gear box.
Please remember to clean up after yourself and family – use the trash cans on site.