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Beep Baseball

See What The Beep Is Going On

We play ball! The sport of beep baseball has been around for decades. The Greater Cleveland Beepball League and the Cleveland Scrappers team are entering their 41st season. The softball we play with beeps and our bases buzz. We play the games we play for more than the thrill of recapturing our youth. We play the game because of what it allows us to do. The Cleveland Scrappers and the Greater Cleveland Beepball League for 40 years has enabled blind and visually impaired athletes the opportunity to engage in a competitive sport where we work as a team. Prior to playing beep baseball many of our players had never had the opportunity to play team sports where they are a factor and not a passive participant. We aim to provide opportunity and to change perceptions of what people who are blind and visually impaired have to contribute.

>This site is our home for information and to show everyone what we are up to. Our team is a family, and we want to grow it.

Just because a person has a disability does not mean the game is over. You find a new way to play it. We want to show you those ways.

You can also find information about the Cleveland Scrappers on our facebook page or Contact Us to see how to get involved.



The Cleveland Scrappers is a 501(c)3 non-profit beep baseball team for the blind and visually impaired.

3 weeks ago

Coming soon! We are going to be starting a local dart league. We just ordered the equipment today and are looking forward to getting going. We will be posting information and date soon. If you wanna get an idea of how it works, here is an old video of audio darts on YouTube. We will post videos and photos when we get up and running. See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

We hope you hav a great Thanksgiving!While you are gobbling some turkey, don’t forget to gobble up some squares for the Ohio State vs.Mich game. Each $20 ticket gives you a chance at $1000 in prizes. All proceeds go towards enabling blind sports in the Cleveland area. See MoreSee Less
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