Have you ever wondered what it was like to live out your dreams? For most of us, all of the hard work and luck only will not work, and we will never see Hollywood signs or significant athletic deals. However, this does not mean that we should ever give up on our dreams.

At Big League Dreams in Southern California, average citizens and kids can realize their dreams in a big way. What should you know about Big League Dreams before you rush over and start asking questions?


A young baseball player in Big League Dreams.

They Want Us to Know Our Dreams

Big League Dreams had founded nearly 20 years ago when two brothers wanted to recreate a traditional dream: playing in the Major Leagues. Founders of Big League Dreams, Rick and Jeff Odekirk, knew how important the dreams of playing professional baseball is too many kids in the sport. Instead of only telling them that they can’t, Rick and Jeff have created a place for any player to feel as if they are in the big leagues.


Concussion Awareness Campaign

At Big League Dreams Sports Parks, they can take concussions seriously. In many sports, head injuries are a genuine possibility, and too many athletes end up with mild to severe brain damage from this type of harm. Every concussion is severe. At Big Leagues, they want to keep all players – adults and youth alike – safe while out on the field and aware of the symptom if they do suffer a concussion in their career. The phrase ‘safety first’ is much more a cliché.


Big League is an Award-Winning Park

Over its nearly two-decade lifetime, Big League Dreams Sports Park has won several awards. From National Best Sports Complex in America to Business of the Year and Innovation in Park and Facility Development.


Big Leagues is Quickly Expanding

From its creation in 1998, Big Leagues has popped in four states across the west. Originally in Cathedral City, California, this dream catcher now has seven locations in California, one in Arizona, one in Nevada, and another in Texas. With stadium seating and lush green fields, this famous baseball spot has a bright future ahead.

There is too much worry in the world for us to let our kids – and ourselves – let go of big or wild dreams for those more realistic. While realism is a good attitude to have, there is never enough reason to let go of what we love. So, if you have dreams to be a Major League baseball player but need to be an accountant by day, the guys over at Big Leagues Sports Park will keep your dreams alive.


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See directions below:

Big League Dreams Cathedral City
33700 Date Palm Dr, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA

Head north on Date Palm Dr toward Dave Kelley Rd
2.9 mi

Turn left onto Vista Chino
1.0 mi

Turn right onto Landau Blvd
0.5 mi

Continue onto Rio Vista Dr
0.3 mi

Turn left onto Rio Bravo Rd
427 ft

Turn right onto Rio Arapaho Rd
!Destination will be on the right
249 ft

Bug Guy Services Cathedral City
67760 Rio Arapaho Rd, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA


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