The Baseballtown Dream League provides every kid the opportunity to the play baseball regardless of experience or ability.
In 2016, Chuck Domino, President of Baseballtown Charities and Scott Hunsicker, Vice President of Baseballtown Charities began a new venture, the Baseballtown Charities Dream League. This venture expanded Baseballtown Charities role to give those with physical and cognitive disabilities the same chance to experience the magic of baseball and thrill of playing on the diamond through custom-designed, turf fields that accommodate wheelchairs and other assertive devices while helping to prevent injuries. During the summer of 2017, Baseballtown Charities broke ground on the Savage 61 Dream Field at the Relevant Sports Complex, a million-dollar facility in Muhlenberg Township. In the Spring of 2018, for the first time ever over 100 children finally had the opportunity to play on a field of their own, in a league of their own, just like every other kid.
The Baseballtown Dream League plays 2 seasons each year, spring and fall. In the spring, the league forms teams that play twice a week. In the fall, players that sign up can come to any number of open play games they choose throughout the week.