Little League Baseball is something that any kid growing up in the United States has heard of or been a part of in some way, shape or form. From t-ball to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, baseball has always been a part of the quintessential American childhood.
There are not many towns in the country, though, that have Little League figured out quite as well as Darien does. One of the largest leagues in the country, DLL has one of the finest facilities in New England at McGuane Field, and offers several different age groups for kids to play in and compete. One of DLL’s top programs is without question Challenger Baseball. Challenger offers a chance for kids with special needs to play organized baseball, something they may otherwise not have the opportunity to do. The program offers the kids the chance to be on a team, get a jersey, and experience all that playing a sport has to offer.