Justine Siegal Takes Girls Baseball Online with LockerDome

Justine Siegal Takes Girls Baseball Online with LockerDome

History making girls baseball advocate, Justine Siegal, partners with LockerDome to launch the first online sports network for girls baseball

Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 03, 2011

Justine Siegal, the growing face of girls baseball, is at it again. Only months after becoming the first female in history to throw batting practice to a MLB team, Siegal is now extending her advocacy of girls baseball to the Internet by partnering with LockerDome to launch theBaseball For All Network.

The Baseball For All Network, which can be accessed atbaseballforall.lockerdome.com, is the first sports network for girls baseball in the United States. Utilizing theLockerDome platform, Siegal intends to build girls baseball nationwide by connecting players, coaches, and parents.

GOODYEAR, AZ - FEBRUARY 21: Justine Siegal throws batting practice to the Cleveland Indians at Goodyear Ballpark on February 21, 2011 in Goodyear, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

“Over 100,000 girls in the United States play baseball. We want to connect them all,” commented Siegal. “We expect the Baseball For All Network to become a key tool in the evolution of girls baseball.”

In addition to selecting the national Baseball For All All-Star Team through the girls profiles submitted within the Network, Justine envisions the Baseball For All Network as the hub for players to be recruited for other local and regional girls baseball teams.

“My dream is to see girls baseball leagues all across the country,” continued Siegal. “My mission is simple. If you tell a girl she cannot play baseball, what else will she believe she cannot do? But if you tell a girl she can play baseball, what else will she then believe she can do?”

The Baseball For All Network was launched in partnership with LockerDome, an online sports software platform that is becoming the standard identity system for youth sports content worldwide.

“Working with Justine Siegal provides LockerDome with a unique opportunity to enhance communication within the passionate, yet highly segmented, girls baseball community,” said Gabe Lozano, Co-Founder and CEO of LockerDome. “The Baseball For All Network provides an excellent example of how the LockerDome platform can be utilized to bring together youth sports participants at the local, regional and national levels.”

About Baseball For All
Baseball For All provides meaningful baseball instruction and opportunities for girls and boys worldwide. Baseball For All’s Executive Director, Justine Siegal, is the first woman to coach men’s professional baseball (Brockton Rox, 2009) and the first woman to throw batting practice to a MLB team. Siegal has been featured on NBC Nightly News, USA Today, New York Times, Ms. Magazine, MLB.com, Fox & Friends, American Chronicle, AOL News, Yahoo, Boston Globe, and ESPN. More information about Baseball For All can be found at baseballforall.lockerdome.com.

About LockerDome
LockerDome is an online software platform that developed the first universal identification system for tracking youth sports content. With a LockerDome ID, an athlete’s sports memories are accessible in one place, forever. LockerDome works with youth sports programs across the United States to launch private team and league networks, connecting their players and teams with other programs across the country. More information about LockerDome can be found online at lockerdome.com.

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