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New York City Area Batting Cages We have compiled a list of some batting cages in the area. This is by no means comprehensive, but it should help you find a place to practice on your own! They are mostly indoor, but not all. Please call ahead for hours and rates. The Baseball Center (Manhattan) Chelsea Piers Field House (Manhattan) Hudson River Park (Manhattan) Astoria Sports Complex (Queens) Cage Baseball (Queens) Bronx Golf Center (Bronx) Turtle Cove Golf and Baseball Complex (Bronx) Nellie Bly Batting Range (Brooklyn) Brooklyn Indoor Sports Center (Brooklyn) Randall’s Island Golf Complex (Randall’s Island) Staten Island Mini Golf & Batting CageRead More →

Schedule of Games The dates, times and locations below are subject to change. Check back here or call our hotline for the latest information. Central Park North Meadow Field #6 (102nd St. entrance from the East 100th St. from the West) Sundays in June June 7, 14 & 21 Sundays in July July 12, 19 & 26 Sundays in August August 2, 9, 16 & 23 All Dates: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PMRead More →

The History of NYWBA Women have been playing baseball in the New York metropolitan area almost as long as baseball itself has been in existence. Shortly after the first professional men’s teams formed in the late 1860s, women began forming various recreational “baseball” clubs. Then in 1910, ballplayers Dan Whalen, Joe Manning, and Eddie Manning formed the New York Bloomer Girls, a team that was to have many successes in the following 23 years. Aside from Staten Island, where the majority of players lived, the Bloomer Girls hailed from Manhattan, Brooklyn, what is now Queens, as well as several New Jersey cities and Philadelphia. ByRead More →

As often as possible, the New York Women’s Baseball Association gives basic baseball training sessions to women and young girls in New York City. This past April 30th, we taught hundreds of children to “throw like a girl”  at the 2011 Tribeca/ESPN Sports Day. It was a great day for all. In the past, we have teamed up with the YWCA as well as PowerPlay, an organization that aims to empower girls by teaching them sports skills and team values. We have also teamed together with the Brooklyn Cyclones for community events such as their annual Ladies Day Clinic and a 24-hour marathon fundraiser game.Read More →

NYWBA Playoffs 24-Hour Women’s Baseball Game Six members of the New York Women’s Baseball Association participated in an historic baseball game in mid-October of 2003. A fundraiser for US Doctors For Africa (an organization that sends medical relief to AIDS-ridden Africa), the game was also the first-ever 24-hour-long game to be played solely by women. Practice clinics took place October 16th and 17th at the Kino Baseball Complex in Tucson, Arizona. The game was played in Tucson’s Electric Park October 18th-19th and lasted 65 innings in a span of 24 hours and 12 minutes. Award Banquet NYWBA Playoff Season 2 The NYWBA Rockers and QuicksilverRead More →