Baseball league for kids with "mild challenges" grows

7:59 AM, Jul 13, 2013   |    comments
A ground-breaking baseball league is coming to DeKalb County for kids who struggle with team sports but don't fit in with most challenger leagues.
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BROOKHAVEN, Ga. --  Registration is underway for a unique baseball program run by Murphey-Candler Little League. 

It's designed for kids described as having mild life challenges, like ADD, ADHD and Dyslexia.

RELATED STORY: Frontier League Begins at Murphy-Candler

This will be the third season for the Frontier League, and it's grown since it started this time last year.

It's low-stress baseball that's open to kids ages 7 to 12 across metro Atlanta.

To Qualify, a player must be diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, Appraxia, Auditory Processing, Speech delays, Dyslexia, and Other Executive or Sensory Challenges.

The teams meet once a week on Saturday mornings for practice and games.

All experience levels are welcome.

For more information, call Adam Wickley at 770-722-4837 or

To Register go to Click on Register Now, Then Frontier

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