2015 Challenger League (Buddy Ball)

The Bartlett Little League, Challengers is a specific division consisting of players from across the Northwest suburbs, with mental or physical challenges. This year there are ten (10) total teams within two (2) Challenger divisions, the Challenger Division ages 4-18 and Senior Division ages 15 and above. The teams for 2015 are as follows. Within the Challenger Division the Cubs, Yankees, Tigers, Reds, Red Sox, Dodgers and D’Backs and within the Senior Division the Sr Cubs, Sr White Sox and Sr Pirates. The teams compete against one another with the assistance of baseball “Buddies.” The buddies are a minimum of 9 years old from Bartlett Little League and other organizations who are stepping forward to help. The Buddies pair up with the Challengers and assist them in running the bases, fielding their position and cheering for their teammates from the dugout. The Challengers follow their games with a brief social time of hot dogs, drink, chips and “talking baseball” with their Buddies. http://www.bllchallengers.org/
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2015 Challenger League (Buddy Ball)

The Bartlett Little League, Challengers is a specific division consisting of players from across the Northwest suburbs, with mental or physical challenges. This year there are ten (10) total teams within two (2) Challenger divisions, the Challenger Division ages 4-18 and Senior Division ages 15 and above. The teams for 2015 are as follows. Within the Challenger Division the Cubs, Yankees, Tigers, Reds, Red Sox, Dodgers and D’Backs and within the Senior Division the Sr Cubs, Sr White Sox and Sr Pirates. The teams compete against one another with the assistance of baseball “Buddies.” The buddies are a minimum of 9 years old from Bartlett Little League and other organizations who are stepping forward to help. The Buddies pair up with the Challengers and assist them in running the bases, fielding their position and cheering for their teammates from the dugout. The Challengers follow their games with a brief social time of hot dogs, drink, chips and “talking baseball” with their Buddies. http://www.bllchallengers.org/