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  • Bringing “Joy to Differently Abled Ballplayers”

    The Rock Hill Parks and Recreation is bringing Benji Ball to Miracle Park and organizers say it is an adaptive way to play baseball!

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  • It's a hit: Inventor's Benji Ball brings joy to differently abled ballplayers

    The crack of the bat may evoke images of a home run over the Green Monster, but recent UMass Lowell graduate Benjamin McEvoy is hoping to score with a whole new game designed for players often left behind in sports.

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  • UMass Lowell & Groton-Dunstable Grad Makes Playing Baseball Accessible & Inclusive For All

    While Whiffle Ball enjoys status as a family favorite form of a baseball game, that status will be seriously challenged by a new form of baseball game that has been created and developed by a Dunstable resident who is a graduate of UMass Lowell and Groton Dunstable Regional High School.

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  • Story of The Benji Behind Benji Ball

    McEvoy, a junior business major with concentrations in finance and entrepreneurship, has been racking up wins as a DifferenceMaker competitor with his idea for an inclusive combination of baseball and cricket, Benji Ball.

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  • DifferenceMaker Home Run

    A game modified to make baseball more inclusive, created by a DifferenceMaker team on a winning streak, topped 10 student teams to take home the $6,000 Rist Campus wide DifferenceMaker award at the seventh annual Idea Challenge competition. 

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