Believe it or not, there is a league for the blind to play Baseball! The game known as “Beep Ball” was created in 1964 and has very specific guidelines on how to play. The pitcher is on the team as the batter. Right when the ball is hit, it beeps for the blind players in the field, who try and grab it as quickly as possible. There are two bases, one down the third base line, and one down the first base line. The batter must get to the base before the fielder has possession of the ball. Don’t believe us? Check out this clip!
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