Young women are setting their sights on playing college baseball, and making inroads | The Athletic
As a rising college senior, Beth Greenwood’s baseball career has been marked by both trailblazing successes and countless defeats. “Baseball is a game of failure,” she says. Greenwood, 21, made history earlier this year when, according to the school, she became the first American woman to catch in NCAA baseball history as a member of…
Justine Siegal, first woman to coach for an MLB team, is still breaking barriers for girls in baseball | ESPN
Before she became the first woman on the coaching staff of a professional men’s baseball team (in 2009, with the Brockton Rox), the first woman to throw batting practice to an MLB team (the Indians, in 2011) or the first woman to coach for an MLB team (with the Oakland A’s instructional league in Arizona…
Growing number of women joining college baseball | CBS This Morning
Baseball For All is a nonprofit that pushes for equity in baseball. Alexia Jorge from New Jersey is one of the young ball players making history this year. Meg Oliver reports.