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2014 Orange takes 2nd in Holland Challenge

By Alan Cartwright 09/28/2023, 3:45pm EDT

Congratulations to our 2014 Boys Orange team for taking 2nd place in the Holland Great Lakes Pre-Season Challenge!  Way to go boys!  #LetsGoCaesars

LCFH 2013s "Buddy" with the Miracle League of Plymouth

By Kathy Gunn 09/12/2023, 8:15pm EDT

The LCFH 2013s recently volunteered as "buddies" and helped deliver on the MLPs mission to provide children with disabilities the experience and joy of playing baseball.

The 2013s proudly represented the Little Caesars Farmington Hills Hockey Association at the Miracle League of Plymouth's Opening Day. The MLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that removes barriers that normally prevent children with mental and/or physical disabilities from playing sports. On Opening Day, with LCFH players and their siblings acting as "buddies", the MLP Giants & Marlins played an enthusiastic (2) inning baseball game that warmed the heart of everyone in the vicinity of Bilkie Family Field. That day, the MLP players showed the crowd that anything can be accomplished with a little bit of help from your... buddies.  

The Miracle League of Plymouth is currently fundraising to replace their field with a new ADA-compliant turf for their players. To donate visit: