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Making Baseball a Game for All

We started with one all-girls team playing against boys in Cooperstown. Now, we have players in over 40 states and 5 countries competing on teams in Baseball For All tournaments all over the U.S.

So, why do we do what we do? All too often, girls are still told they can’t play baseball because of their gender. At Baseball For All, we’re here to change that, empowering girls to believe in themselves and to keep playing the game they love.

Our goal is to build gender equity in baseball by providing girls with real opportunities to play, coach, and lead in this sport. On top of it all, we’re a support system, a strong community that ensures that no girl or woman in baseball feels alone.

The items below have been steps on the path that have led us here, and are not all-encompassing. We look forward to having you help us write the next chapter.