2024 SCHEDULE - Our start date is Tuesday, June 4th and last game is July 25th.





Check out our events page with details on Little League Night, the Spartans fundraiser and our Champions Banquet.

CARRIER PARK SUPERFIELD FUND: We are looking to put all of our divisions together in the same park. Thanks to the Lobdell and Lally families we are on our way to raising the money needed to expand Carrier Park so that four Junior Division Teams and two Senior Division teams can play at the same time and same location as the Adult Division. Our league would also very much like to expand and create new teams for the over 40 new players that joined us in 2023. In order to create new teams for all of these new players, we need new fields!

For those of you who would like to help Carrier Park Go The Distance and raise funds towards our Superfield goal please visit and share our GoFundMe link.


Syracuse Challenger Baseball is the oldest and largest baseball league for adults and children with disabilities in the world. Players from across Central New York have the opportunity to create friendships around the team sport of baseball. Watching a Syracuse Challenger Baseball game is a magical experience where all worries melt away and the joy of being part of a team fills the air. New parents get in on conversations about parenting, schools, and what they are feeding their kids for dinner. All this happens while laughter and cheers ring out from the fun happening on the fields.

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The season runs from June through July. For our junior and adult leagues, the teams play for fun. There is no score during the games. Plus strikes, walks, and outs are not counted. The game lets every player get to bat and make a hit. When everyone has batted, the next team has a turn at the plate. Parents, coaches, family members, and friends are all encouraged to assist with batting, fielding, running, and throwing as necessary. The league prides itself on good sportsmanship and cheering every player as they do their best. The senior league plays at a higher skill level where players play the field and are ready to chase line drives or even home runs.

The Syracuse Challenger League was started in the 1980s by parents in Eastwood and because of their commitment and the vision of those that have managed the league since then, the league has grown to become the largest Challenger League in the US with over 200 children and adults. Syracuse is proud that parents, volunteers, and local businesses have continued to support our league and make it a model for other cities around the country.

Field Maps

Adult Fields

Junior and Senior Fields