The League of Dreams was created in 2007 by Tim Terrio of Terrio Fitness and Therapy.
The baseball league is made up of 168 kids with disabilities.
"It's just something every kid gets to do so we decided to do it for kids with disabilities," said Terrio.
Turning dreams of playing baseball into reality.
"Kids can come out and join a team, get their jerseys, trophy at the end of the season, pictures," said Terrio.
They even get their own field with recently added rubber flooring. This means less dust, and more cushion for falls.
Parents like Charles Heard say other than providing fun, the league provides social and physical therapy.
"I believe it's made a big difference in (my daughter Kelsey's) life. It gives her the ability to go out and interact with other kids with similar abilities as hers. And it also gives her a chance to go out and having a sports experience. Before she was wheelchair bound, now she actually walks the bases," said Heard.
Also walking the bases today was Chicago white sox player Brent Morel--a Bakersfield native who holds the league of dreams close to his heart.
"I just kind of made it my official charity here in town, just growing up here playing little league in these fields here," said Morel.
Morel spent the morning taking pictures and signing baseballs for the kids.
"I've been so fortunate and blessed to do what I do playing baseball, to see these kids get a chance to be a part of a league, come out here and play it's been real nice to see them play," said Morel.
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