You've heard of the "Field of Dreams," but in Northampton Co., there's now a field of "miracles."
Their uniforms may have different team names, but the kids who wear them all share one thing in common: they all suffer from physical or intellectual disabilities.
"Our kids need this as well, the opportunity to play in sports," said parent Mary Ellen Laubach.
This is the Miracle League of Northampton County, and now, they have a new place to play.
"It was a labor of love," said Chot Mattes, a volunteer who helped build the field. "It was just great to be a part of it."
Volunteers like Mattes made it happen.
"We agreed to run the project from start to finish for no charge," said Dave Colver, whose company managed the project. Colver is also chairman of the Palmer Twp. Board of Supervisors.
And it was a "miracle" how fast they made it happen.
"We made this happen quick," said Colver. "We started here on April 30th with dirt and stone. Today is 133 days."
After working seven days a week -- sometimes 12 hours a day -- the Miracle League field in Palmer Twp. is now ready in time for seven more weekends of play.
"I just want to say thank you to each and every person that donated to this organization, because without you, none of this would have happened," said Miracle League player Brianna McGovern, who is also a triple amputee.
Palmer Twp. is leasing the land to the Miracle League for $1 a year. Next year, they'll add lights, and a playground for special needs kids.
"They give the kids, each individual, the opportunity to have a great time -- to hit the ball, to also field the ball," said Laubach.
For these kids, the "miracle field" is a prayer answered.