Topps 2021 Allen And Ginter Uses Celebrities To Expand Its Reach Beyond Baseball

Topps is betting on pop-culture celebrities to bring casual fans and collectors to its 2021 Allen and Ginter Baseball release.
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New Children’s Museum exhibit looks at baseball trailblazers

Basketball may be the first love for Hoosiers, but baseball has been an important piece of life in central Indiana for more than a century. Throughout that history, though, a group of hidden trailblazers has helped make the sport more accessible and open to all people, both in Indiana and throughout the U.S. From the
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‘A League of Their Own’ – Bronx Times

On New York City baseball fields, girls in the five boroughs can be found honing their skills in a league of their own.
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Baseball Girl Gets a Revamp

Baseball Girl Gets a Revamp
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MLB’s Field Of Dreams Game And How Dyersville, Iowa, Prepared For It

Ella Bruning Baseball: Meet the Female Star LLWS Catcher From Texas | Fanbuzz

Little League catcher Ella Bruning is set to take over Williamsport after impressing some MLB players.
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Homewood girl leads team to baseball national championship | HF Chronicle

Homewood girl leads team to baseball national championship | HF Chronicle
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On deck for Anchorage middle-school students: A brief baseball season – Anchorage Daily News

Practice will begin Aug. 19 and all of the games will happen in September.
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The AMA says ‘male’ and ‘female’ sex labels should be removed from birth certificates – The Lily

Assigning sex at birth, the authors wrote, “fails to recognize the medical spectrum of gender identity.”
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Nelly Korda’s Heart of (Olympic) Gold

Ranked No. 1 in the world, Korda became the first golfer—woman or man—to win a major and Olympic gold in the same year.
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A Record Number of Women Now Playing College Baseball with Even More to Come with Groundbreaking Initiative – Digital Journal

A Record Number of Women Now Playing College Baseball with Even More to Come with Groundbreaking Initiative – Digital Journal
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St. John’s Girl Pitches Sole Win for U17 Boys Team at Atlantic Baseball Showcase | VOCM

A 15-year-old girl from St. John’s pitched the only win for the Under-17 boys provincial baseball team this pa…
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Female ‘hotshot’ firefighters want action on reproductive health risks | US news | The Guardian

A system ‘built for men’ exposes women to chemicals that have been linked to miscarriage, birth defects and slowed fetal growth
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Precautions Should Be in Place to Prevent Heat-related Deaths in High School Sports and Other Activities

Precautions Should Be in Place to Prevent Heat-related Deaths in High School Sports and Other Activities
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Coaches charged with murder over US teenage player’s heatstroke death

Coaches charged with murder over US teenage player’s heatstroke death

N.C.A.A. Will Not Punish Baylor for Sexual Assault Scandal – The New York Times

The N.C.A.A.’s decision came more than five years after Baylor’s efforts to cover up sexual assaults became public.
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Dates for Women in Technology Conference | Grace Hopper Celebration

Check out all the upcoming deadlines for Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) registration, speaker submissions, schedule updates, mobile app launch and more!
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MLB ballpark fan injuries: Will netting be added to avoid lawsuits? – Sports Illustrated

For years, several MLB teams have resisted doing more to protect fans. Could a threat to a century-old legal precedent change that?
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In Ingenious PR Stunt, MLB Distracts from Trevor Bauer Investigation with Talks to Partner with Barstool – South Side Sox

Unfortunately, this is not satire
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Saint Elizabeth U. Welcomes First Woman To Baseball Team | Morristown, NJ Patch

Saint Elizabeth U. Welcomes First Woman To Baseball Team – Morristown, NJ – Alexia Jorge will become one of the first women to play college baseball. But for her, this all feels normal.
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NY Times | Well: How to Run Like a Girl

Women really do run the world. For nearly a decade, more women runners have been crossing the finish line than men. In the United States, women make up 57 percent of finishers — that’s about 10.7 million women racing. Globally, female race participation is up 25 percent, compared to 7 percent for men. That’s a lot of girl power, which is why we’ve created this women-only guide to running. Here you’ll find advice about the big and small challenges of running while female, and how women can get faster and stronger in spite of them. So ladies, grab the sports bra, lace up your sneakers and let’s hit the road.

Field of Dreams game: How Oak Lawn woman made it happen – Chicago Tribune

The story of how the White Sox and Yankees came to play at the still-popular tourist attraction might be worthy of a movie all its own.
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LOOK: Dodgers ball girl takes down fan who ran onto field during game –

The ball girl ended up flipping the fan into the stands in foul territory
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Santee to add softball fields to comply with state law – The San Diego Union-Tribune

City will turn park baseball field into two softball fields
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MLB Grit: Girls ID Tour

The final three dates and locations of the 2021 MLB Grit: Girls ID Tour. The event is run as a pro-style workout for approximately 3 hours. The purpose of the event is for MLB and USA Baseball staff to evaluate girls baseball talent in their local regions and identify athletes for future development events. Any girl between the ages of 13-18 years old is welcome to register for and attend the event.

To register, please follow the links below: 

Charlotte, NC – Saturday, August 21, 2021

Registration Link : MLB Grit – CHARLOTTE

Seattle, WA – Saturday, August 28, 2021

Registration link: MLB Grit – SEATTLE

Boston, MA – Sunday, September 12, 2021

Registration link: MLB Grit – BOSTON

Closer to the events, we will share additional information with those who have registered for the events, including confirming the exact time and location of the event.

Thank you for registering, and we hope to see you at an event soon!







Baseball Canada women’s national team programme returns to in-person activities

Baseball Canada women’s national team programme will return to
in-person activities for the first time in two years when the
women’s national team showcase begins tomorrow (August 8) in
Trois-Rivières, Québec.
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Chesterfield’s Abrielle Shaw makes history at PONY Baseball World Series | Baseball |

In the moment, Abrielle Shaw was just pitching.
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What Is Mental Skills Coaching? – The New York Times

Part counselor, part strategist, mental skills trainers have helped pro competitors wrap their heads around success for decades.
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Horner Park’s Kloey Reyes is continuing the Reyes’ baseball legacy that her brother Neftali Reyes Jr. started – Chicago Tribune

Kloey Reyes, a catcher on the Horner Park White Sox Little League team, became the first female player to start for Horner Park on a Little League World Series Majors team recently.
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‘A League of Their Own’ TV show filming at Aliquippa baseball field

A longtime Aliquippa baseball field joins a makeshift field in Ambridge, to be used in Amazon Prime’s TV series “A League of Their Own.”
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Instagram Accidentally Blocks Jamaican Sprinter Elaine Thompson-Herah : Live Updates: The Tokyo Olympics

Olympic Heptathlon Star Annie Kunz Says Sports Science Helped Boost Performance : Shots – Health News

New Barbie Dolls Include A Vaccine Developer And Other Female Scientists

Meet Record-Breaking Weightlifter, Edith Murway

Canadian Soccer Player Quinn Is First Trans, Nonbinary Athlete To Win Gold : Live Updates: The Tokyo Olympics

Eden Girl makes history competing with the boys at Bronco 11U World Series | Sports |

Aubrey Easley, 11 of the Eden Boys & Girls Club baseball team and a member of the Rockingham All-Stars baseball team, played in the Bronco 11U World Series in Chesterfield
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Red Deer’s Hayley Lalor invited to Baseball Canada Women’s National team showcase – Red Deer Advocate

The event will take place in Québec later this month
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VisualOn Selected by KDDI to Stream the Japan High School Girls Baseball Championship | Business Wire

To bring viewers closer to the action and give more control, KDDI deployed the VisualOn MultiStream Sync for the live-streamed sporting event in Japan
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Women In Baseball: Emilee Fragapane Helps Dodgers Players, Coaches Think Big

Fragapane takes pride in her organization’s ability to digest big data into small bites that help create a competitive advantage
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12-year-old shines as only girl on baseball team

Kerri Langfitt is used to being “one of the guys.” Being the only one in a ponytail has never stopped her from playing the sport she loves: baseball.
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NCAA will return this fall to a new world of college athletics – Axios

The college sports landscape has changed more this summer than at any other point in history.
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Chatham’s Kelliann Jenkins Makes Up Record-Setting Class of College Baseball Women | Pittsburgh Sports Now

Driven by a simple love of baseball, Chatham University right-handed pitcher Kelliann Jenkins doesn’t want to be seen as anything more than a ballplayer. But she isn’t ignorant to what representation can do and hopes that her play in the present helps create a future where women playing baseball is not extraordinary.
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UMPI baseball star ‘humbled’ by Hall of Fame visit with young ball players – The County

Former UMPI baseball player Ghazaleh “Oz” Sailors returns to the Hall of Fame in July. This time Sailors, a California native, brought her Little League baseball team, the Foster City Vipers, to visit the Hall of Fame and surprise them with their coach
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First girl to win a state Legion baseball title – She is Rylee Kara | Sports |

In a season of firsts for Osseo baseball player Rylee Kara, the latest news is the best.
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The Tokyo Olympics are billed as the first gender equal Games, but women still lack opportunities in sport

The Tokyo Olympic Games are being called the most gender-equal Games ever — but does that label hold up under scrutiny?
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EHS grad Taplin chasing down MLB dream

WAREHAM, Massachusetts – In the final summer of her life as a student, Lauren Taplin…
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Abbotsford’s Raine Padgham invited to Baseball Canada showcase – Abbotsford News

Pink-haired pitching phenom attending women’s national team showcase in Quebec in August
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UMPI baseball hat in Cooperstown

Former UMPI Baseball player has her hat in the Hall of Fame
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Cape League: 3 women interns get into baseball operations with Wareham

Cape League: Three women interns hard at work for Wareham
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Women in Baseball Week – A worldwide celebration of women and girls in baseball

Women in Baseball Week – A worldwide celebration of women and girls in baseball
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