Girls' baseball has grown enormously in the past few years. Here are a few national and local organizations in the US that share our goals and mission.
A national girls' travel baseball league that builds regional 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U, and 16U all-girls' baseball teams. They participate in "boys" tournaments across the country.
National non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and providing opportunities for girls to play baseball. Empowers girls and their families to start teams and leagues across the country. Held the first ever national girls' baseball tournament in Orlando, FL in June 2015.
Women's baseball league based in the Washington DC/Baltimore area. Sends the DC Thunder to national tournaments. Annual host of the Diamond Classic women's baseball tournament.
Educational resource with the mission to "protect, preserve, and promote all aspects of women's baseball." Bridging the gap between past and present, the history of women in baseball and current struggle for opportunities to play.
Educate. Advocate. Participate. Focuses on these three pillars to promote girls and women in baseball. Their activities include a traveling exhibit/presentation on women's baseball history, supporting parents whose daughters play baseball, and the Blue Sox tournament team.
About girls who prefer hardball and their supporters. Explore the right to play, girls baseball blog, and community Read from nearly 8,000 posts about baseball-playing girls. Contact via the survey page for opportunities to play and to be matched with advocacy organizations.
An umbrella organization that supports all girls' and women's baseball initiatives, WBIB serves as a news source for those interested in promoting females in baseball in any capacity. They specifically focus on connecting individuals with local organizations.
A tournament baseball team based in Minnesota for girls from the Midwest area who wish to play in regional and national tournaments.