15-year-old Alex Morton remembers being five years old and wondering why he couldn't play baseball like his friends.
"I felt that I needed to play my favorite sport," says Morton, who uses a wheelchair.
That was when his dad Danny Morton made him a promise.
"We told him that we didn't know when he was going to be able to play, but we'd find him a place to play," say Morton.
Today, that place is on the Miracle League's baseball diamond in the West Macon Ball Park.
The league gives children with disabilities a chance to play baseball.
The Mortons started the Macon Miracle League in 2005.
"I've been hooked on it ever since," says Alex. "My parents made this possible for me, and they made it possible for everybody else."
Seventy kids play on the field every season. It lasts eight weeks from the beginning of April to the end of May.
The diamond's perfectly smooth rubber surface makes it accessible to everyone.