Womens Baseball Team

November 27, 2017


Baseball is currently looking for women 17 & older to play in a league competing against men of similar skill levels.  The Lower Mainland Baseball Association (LMBA) is promoting female baseball & after successfully piloting exhibition games last season, is going to support an all-women’s team in 2018.  The team being assembled is looking for women to swing wood bats once a week April to August, usually on weekends. Even though this is a fun league, some women will go on to compete for Team BC & even Team Canada; those high performance opportunities will be open to all women playing on this team.  So no matter your motive & to learn more about playing on LMBA’s 1st ever all-women’s baseball team, call or email Scott at Baseball BC (604-586-3315 or scottm@baseball.bc.ca).  Additional info on the Provincial Female Program, including 14U, 16U & 21U divisions can be found here https://www.baseball.bc.ca/girls.


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