From March 7-10, MLB and USA Baseball will be hosting a development and tournament event open to female high school baseball players. This event will provide individualized, professional instruction, competitive play, and a tournament style showcase for 64 female high school baseball players. It will take place at Globe Life Park in Arlington and the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy.
Applications are due by January 18, 2019.
From April 11-14, MLB and USA Baseball will be hosting the 2019 Trailblazer Series for girls ages 11-13. This all-expenses paid event provides high quality instruction, games, and educational opportunities for participants. It will take place at the MLB Compton Youth Academy.
Applications are due by February 12, 2019.
Baseball For All's 2019 Nationals will be bigger than ever!
We are opening a new division at 9u (ages 7-9) and will continue to grow our other divisions: 11u (ages 9-11), 13u (ages 11-13), 15u (ages 13-15), and 18u (ages 13-18).
If you are looking for a team to play on or want to start your own team just reply to this email. Join over 350 girls from around the world that love and play baseball just like you!
More details coming soon...
DC Girls Baseball and Capitol City Little League are once again teaming up to offer a FREE baseball clinic for girls AGES 6-8. Back by popular demand, the clinic will be led by Coach Bonnie Hoffman from the Eastern Women’s Baseball Conference and players from DC Girls Baseball’s rosters. We’re planning a fun, low-key morning of skills-based games and drills. All skill levels welcome. Hoping to see lots of current and future players on the field!
When: Saturday, October 6
Time: 9-10 a.m.
Place: Lafayette Elementary (5701 Broad Branch Rd NW, Washington, DC 20015)
Who: Any girl who plays or is curious about baseball! All skill levels welcome. No prior experience required. The clinic is limited to girls ages 6-8.
What to bring: Please bring a water bottle and a glove, if you have one.
Sign Up: Register your player here.
Questions? Please contact Jen Stillerman.