"For me, even bigger than her baseball goals, this

tournament was about life goals and following your own path." - Parent

Girls Baseball Events & Games

Each year, more and more girls baseball events are scheduled with baseball as the centerpiece. These events give girls an opportunity to be introduced to the game, and once they are familiar with the basics, continue to grow with the game in an enriching environment. Not only are these events a great place to make like-minded friends of a similar age, but they also serve to empower young girls and provide them with a support system. Aside from teaching baseball essentials, we teach each player the importance of pursuing whatever goals, ambitions, and dreams they may have—regardless of what their peers or society at large expects of them. 

Event info below. Contact us for more info.
 

*Limited financial-aid scholarships available.

2019 Event Information: 

 

BFA x Miami Marlins 

Marlins Park, Sunday, October 27, 2019. 9-12pm

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We're excited to partner with the Miami Marlins Youth Baseball and Softball Program to give girls, ages 10–12, a unique, one-day opportunity to play at Marlins Park. Players will get to step out and play at this Major League ballpark,

receive coaching from professional coaches and hear from speakers like Team USA Manager, Veronica Alvarez and Baseball For All founder, Justine Siegal. Space is extremely limited. Lunch is provided. 

Host: Baseball For All

Chicago Girls Baseball Program

Curtis Granderson Stadium, Tuesdays, October 1- Nov. 15, 2019

Click to register for Chicago Girls Baseball Program

Chicago Baseball and Educational Academy and Baseball for All are holding a six-week baseball training program for 100 girls, ages 10-18. The program will include six weekly two-hour sessions at CBEA facilities at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Girls will receive instruction from professional coaches and athletes. Workshops, training stations, and scrimmages will be led by volunteer coaches and a professional guest coach each week. Player fee is $25 which includes all 6 sessions. If cost prohibits your daughter's participation, scholarships are available. To receive a scholarship, type in the word playball into the discount box when registering. No payment will then be required.

Host: Illinois Girls Baseball; Chicago Baseball & Educational Academy

DMV Series

Ellicott City, October 5-6, 2019
Click to register for the DMV Series

D.C., Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) welcome you to a brand-new fall girls baseball tournament for 11U, 13U, and 18U players, hosted by DC Girls Baseball.

Host: DC Girls Baseball

Jane Clark  Series

Doubleday Field, Cooperstown, August 24-25, 2019

Click to register for Jane Clark Series

Jane Forbes Clark is Chairman of the Board of Directors of The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. A member of the Board since 1992 and Chairman since 2000, she provides substantial museum expertise, philanthropic insight and management skill in this leadership position. Under the leadership of President Jane Forbes Clark, The Clark Foundation, founded in 1931, is one of the largest charitable foundations in the United States.  Jane is granddaughter of the Hall of Fame's founder, Stephen Carlton Clark. Jane is ranked number 30, in USA Today's top 100 most powerful people in baseball (2017).

Host: Baseball For All

 

 

Maria Pepe Series

Hoboken, New Jersey, June 29 – 30, 2019

 

In 1972, Maria Pepe, a 12-year old girl in Hoboken, New Jersey was kicked off her Little League baseball team because of her gender. The news quickly escalated, catching the attention of the National Organization for Women who filed a gender discrimination lawsuit on her behalf. Two years later, after a series of contentious court cases and appeals, an appellate court ruled in her favor, making it illegal for Little League Baseball from dismissing girls from teams based on their gender. Despite being ineligible to play in her hometown league because of her age after the ruling, Maria is now the reason why girls can play baseball in youth leagues all across the country—and why we now honor her in this regional all-girls baseball tournament in her home state of New Jersey. 

 

Host:Team NY Wonders

Edgewater, New Jersey, 2018

Hoboken, New Jersey, June 29 – 30, 2019

Suzyn Waldman Series
Milton, NY, March 30, 2019

Since 2005, Suzyn Waldman has worked as a full-time color commentator for the New York Yankees—and is only the third woman in MLB history to do so. As one of the few women working in the industry at the time, this Massachusetts native was no stranger to daily insults and threats. But over her longstanding career as a sports broadcaster and reporter, she gained the respect of fans, players, and coaches alike, famously helping end the 14-year feud between Yogi Berra and George Steinbrenner, and now, serving as an active role model as she continues to pave the way for future generations of girls in baseball.

 

Host: Boston Slammers

Tamara Holmes Series

Albany, CA, July 12-14, 2019

Before becoming a decade-long staple on the USA Baseball Women’s National Team, Tamara Holmes was a powerhouse hitter on the professional women’s baseball team, the Colorado Silver Bullets. In 2012, she was aptly named USA Baseball’s Sportswoman of the Year, and three years later, helped lead the team to win gold at the 2015 Pan American Games. Now, we celebrate the many accomplishments of this Albany, California native with this eponymous all-girls baseball tournament, hosted by the East Bay Oaks, a girls baseball team largely formed from the Little League she used to play in.

 

Host: East Bay Oaks

Albany & Berkeley, CA, 2018

Albany, CA, July 12-14, 2019

 

Shirley Burkovich Series

Pittsburgh, PA, December 2018

Shirley “Hustle” Burkovich played in the All-American Professional Girls Baseball League from 1949 through 1951. At 16, this Pittsburgh native was discovered by an AAGPBL scout and brought into the league as a utility infielder, outfielder, and pitcher. During her three-year career, Shirley played for the Chicago Colleens, the Sprinfield Sallies, and the Rockford Peaches. She played the role of Alice “Skeeter” Gaspers in the cult classic, A League of Their Own, and continues to tour the country to help promote and build girls baseball in the United States.

 

Host: Pittsburgh Trailblazers

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