Learn to play catch with a blind or visually impaired person

One thing that many kids grow up with in this country is having a catch with our dad.  Apple Pie and Baseball, isn’t that what they say represents America?  We made a quick video to help people learn how to play catch with someone with a visual impairment or who may be blind.  By no means is this the most advanced method…but it will get you started!  If you have questions, please comment on the post or reach out to us at [email protected]

A few things you will need if this interests you

  1. A beep ball and a ball charger which can be purchased here: https://www.nbba.org/buy-beep-baseball-equipment/
  2. If you want a protective face mask – this is one of many options

If you know someone who may want to play for us – We have been been in the area for more than 20 years and have built one of the biggest programs in the world with coaches who have more than 100 combined years of experience and players who love the sport!  Check out this video on our team culture

Also – check out our schedule !  You may be interested in coming to watch a practice, meet some amazing role models or see us play!  We also stream all of our games on social media.  If you want to be notified, please sign up for our email list at the bottom of this link (don’t worry, we only send about 6-10 emails a year tops)

Come hear the passion that is Renegades Beep Baseball!


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2 thoughts on “Learn to play catch with a blind or visually impaired person

  1. I’m a single mother and my daughter will be 11 the day before Thanksgiving this year we have faced many hardships and I just can’t afford a ball but that’s all she has been talking about they have one at school that was loaned to them for her how else could I go about getting her one these balls

  2. Hi paige. We will email you. We have some light beeping balls we could give you

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