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Artificial Turf for Miracle League Fields

Miracle League Fields with Synthetic Turf

A-Turf® Miracle League Turf features a low fiber height and tight gauge with dense, high-performance turf throughout the infield and outfield, including home plate, bases and pitcher’s mound. It provides a surface that allows players and mobility equipment outstanding maneuverability. The Miracle League and other special needs baseball leagues fully-trust A-Turf’s service and have great confidence in our system; which is backed by a 7-year warranty.

The Miracle League’s exclusive synthetic turf baseball fields partner.

  • All-synthetic turf:
    • Green turf for grass
    • Terra cotta turf for pitcher’s mound, batter’s boxes, and base paths
    • White inlaid turf for batter’s boxes, pitcher’s mound, bases, baselines and coach’s boxes
  • Permanently inlaid markings eliminate line chalking and painting.
  • Provides maneuverability and consistent ball bounce and roll.
  • All-synthetic turf field virtually eliminates maintenance.
  • No rainouts due to field conditions after rain.

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A-Turf® Titan: The Best & Safest System.
The Strongest Warranty.

“The players are in love with our new field. As one of the last teams in the New Jersey Athletic Conference to get synthetic turf, we’ve played on every type over the last five or six years. It feels good knowing we have the best product on the market.”

Terry Dow, Football Coach, SUNY Morrisville State College – Morrisville, NY

A-Turf® Titan combines the industry’s two most proven fibers in a dense, alternating rows format with a natural look and unnatural strength. It features an industry-leading 12-year warranty.

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No project is too large or too complex for A-Turf. We'll work with you to determine the most efficient configuration and ideal specification for the type – or types – of sports to be played on your field – or fields.

Sampling of A-Turf Fields:

Niagara Falls High School: 9 fields (Niagara Falls, NY) | St. Christopher’s School (Richmond, VA) | Glover Field Sports Complex (Pelham Manor, NY) | Trinity-Pawling School (Pawling, NY) | Pierce Field at Mulroy Park (Buffalo, NY) | Clare High School (Clare, MI) | Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) | Public School 65 (New York City, NY) | SUNY Purchase (Purchase, NY) | Pelican Park (Sunny Isles Beach, FL) | Lake Lehman High School (Dallas, PA) | Margolis Park (Sunny Isles Beach, FL) | The Hill School (Pottstown, PA) | Altoona High School (Altoona, PA) | Central Columbia High School (Bloomsburg, PA) | Scheck Hillel Jewish Community School (Miami, FL) | Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School (Staatsburg, NY) | Tonawanda High School (Tonawanda, NY) | SUNY Brockport (Brockport, NY) | Oxbridge Academy (West Palm Beach, FL) | Newburgh Armory Unity Center (Newburgh, NY) | Houghton College Stadium (Houghton, NY) | Lansingburg High School Stadium (Troy, NY) | Andalusia High School (Andalusia, AL) | East Williston Little League (Williston Park, NY) | Camp Pendleton – US Marine Corps (Camp Pendleton, CA) | Buffalo Bills – Ralph Wilson Stadium (orchard Park, NY) | Belen Jesuit Prep School (Miami, FL) | Baseball Heaven (Yaphank, NY) | Ball State University (Muncie, IN) |