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Justine Siegal is empowering girls through baseball!

"It's an honor to make history but it's much more important that we build a better future."

Introducing the talented, Justine Siegal, the only woman in the United States good enough to pitch batting practice to 6 Major League Baseball teams. Having had to prove herself to coaches, parents and other players in the youth leagues of her native Cleveland, Justine insisted on playing baseball instead of softball and became a star in the process. Justine was honored by the Women's Sport Foundation at their 32nd Annual Salute to Women in Sports Gala, was named an espnW Everyday Hero, and USA Baseball nominated her for an IOC Woman of the Year Award. 



Asked about the importance of her historical accomplishments, Justine shares, "It's an honor to make history but its much more important that we build a better future." 


Justine's non-profit organization Baseball For All will offer America's first national girls baseball tournament in Orlando May 30th - June 4th, 2015. 


The 24-team tournament is for girls ages 10-13 (as of May 1, 2015). This historic event will bring together the past, the present and promote the future of girls baseball with the added participation of members of the original 1942 All American Girls Professional Baseball League as well as other female baseball pioneers. 


WHERE:   Orlando, Florida


WHEN:     May 30th - June 4th, 2015



Baseball for All relies on the financial support of folks like you.

Here are the top 5 reasons to donate to Baseball For All:


  • We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit

  • We are all volunteers

  • You love baseball

  • You want to give back

  • You believe girls can do and be anything