Baseball league coming to Milwaukee for players with disabilities
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(CBS 58) -- The Alternative Baseball Organization is hoping to start a league in the Milwaukee area.
The Alternative Baseball Organization gives teens and adults with autism and other disabilities an authentic baseball experience to gain social and physical skills.
Right now, the organization is looking for a manager in the Milwaukee area.
More information can be found on the Alternative Baseball Organization website.