Official website of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Players Association. The AAGPBL lasted from 1943 to 1954. Nearly 600 women from the United States, Canada, and Cuba participated in the league, which played in 14 cities throughout its 12-year existence. Today, the Players Association serves as a resource for historical resource, organizes reunions for former players and associates, and makes appearances at various events related to Major and Minor League Baseball.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame is a nonprofit committed to preserving the history of America's pastime and celebrating the legendary players, managers, umpires and executives who have made the game a fan favorite for more than a century. The Hall of Fame features the exhibit, Diamond Dreams - A Celebration of Women in Baseball.
The Women's Baseball National Team represents the USA in international baseball competitions including the Women's Baseball World Cup and the Pan-American Games.
At IWBC, education is the cornerstone of our mission to protect, preserve, and promote all aspects of women's baseball, both on and off the field. We strive to inspire the next generation of players by helping them realize their dreams not only of participating in the sport, but also of passing on all they will learn and achieve for generations to come. The IWBC has hosted numerous conferences and symposia, sponsored tournaments, created the inaugural Women in Baseball Week in 2017, and is establishing a women's baseball museum in Rockford, Illinois.
Baseball For All is a nonprofit providing girls meaningful opportunities in baseball
The NLBM was conceived as a museum to tell the complete story of Negro Leagues Baseball, from the average players to the superstars, including women players and managers.