This summer, Baseball For All, an organization that empowers girls to play baseball, will host over 50 baseball teams at their 6th Annual BFA Nationals Tournament. The teams will be made up of female players ranging in age from 8 to 19 and the tourney will take place at The Ripken Experience Aberdeen Complex in Aberdeen, MD. The Opening Ceremonies will kick things off on July 18th and after that, the athletes will take the field.
The inspiration behind Baseball For All began when founder Justine Siegal was told at a young age that she couldn’t play the sport she loved, simply because she was a girl. Rather than viewing this as a setback, it fueled her passion for America’s Pastime and eventually led to her becoming the first female MLB coach.
Over the years, Siegal deepened her commitment to girls baseball and has used the national nonprofit Baseball For All to provide more opportunities for girls to play, coach, and have an impactful role in baseball.
Routine is proud to support one of the teams competing in this year’s tournament. We love the passion that Siegal, Baseball For All, and each individual team bring to this sport and we’re thrilled to work with some of the biggest disruptors in the game of baseball.