Bennett Institute Physically-Challenged T-Ball, Baseball and Wheelchair Softball Weekend
Charles E. Silberstein Sports Complex
Kennedy Krieger Institute
3825 Greenspring Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21211
The weekend will consist of t-ball, softball, and baseball clinics, mini games, instruction, special appearances by the Oriole Bird, and more! Click here for a full list of activities.
Players, coaches and spectators will go to Camden Yards on Saturday, May 16 and watch Baltimore Orioles play against the Los Angeles Angels. The game is scheduled to begin at 7:05 PM.
This event has been possible through donations and the Baltimore Orioles Community Foundation.
Tickets for the Bennett Institute Physically-Challenged T-Ball, Baseball and Wheelchair Softball Weekend:
Tickets for players and coaches: $5
Tickets for Spectators: Free
Please visit our ticketing page for information on various sponsorships.
Tickets for Baltimore Orioles Vs. Los Angeles Angels:
Price varies depending on your seat selection. Please buy your tickets by April 24.
All activities are hosted by the Bennett Blazers Junior wheelchair softball team. As the only junior wheelchair softball team east of Chicago, they hope to inspire other sports programs to form teams and participate in the First Annual East Coast Junior Wheelchair Softball Tournament this summer and to join them as they travel to the National Junior Wheelchair Softball Championships in Nebraska the first weekend of August 2015.
For More Information:
For more information, or to register your team, visit http://www.kennedykrieger.org/blazersbaseballwcsoftballweekend.
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