If you qualify for the free membership renewal this year, you must submit your membership renewal via the PDF download and not the on-line form.
You must have the new membership for voting on official business and to obtain special rates at the 2018 reunion in Kansas City, MO
The AAGPBL Players Association, Inc. is an active, nonprofit organization to promote social activities and opportunities for its members. Its purposes are to research, collect, document, and preserve the history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, and to disseminate educational information regarding the history of the League and its personnel.
Players and other members provide interaction with schools, communities, sporting events, and historical organizations to promote sports participation. Players actively engage in sharing their experiences by speaking to various groups and assisting in clinics and seminars to promote women in sports. "We do not stop playing because we grow old, but we grow old because we stop playing."
Annual Fees: The Association's fiscal and membership year extends from September 1 to August 31.
Membership Fees submitted after June 1 of a given year will be applied to the next Membership Year.
Membership is open to all former members of the League, families of League personnel, and any persons interested in promoting the purposes of the Association. All Members are entitled to:
All members may now pay their dues ON-LINE by clicking the “SIGN-UP ON-LINE" button and choosing from the available options to pay through the Association’s safe, secure PayPal account. All major credit cards are accepted (Visa, Master Card, Discover, or American Express.) Follow the directions as shown or refer to additional directions provided by PayPal.
In addition, a PDF Membership Application Form can be accessed by clicking the “DOWNLOAD Membership Application” button to the left and following the directions to mail the application and a check directly to the Association Treasurer. If you have difficulty, please contact the Association through the "Contact Us" page on the website.
The AAGPBL-PA is a nonprofit Organization and all funds donated or collected as membership dues go to the operation of the Association, maintenance of its website, and printing of its Newsletter.
The AAGPBL produces a Newsletter called TOUCHING BASES three times each year, and these are mailed to all members. The purpose of the Newsletter is to keep members informed about up-coming events, awards, honors, special dedications, and special team and member articles, including photos of today and yesteryear. The Newsletter serves as an open line of communication for members to share their special moments with articles and letters. An effort is made to keep members in close contact and to keep an on-going account of illnesses and deaths of players, all members, and their families.
The AAGPBL Players Association is seeking the assistance of family members to provide information to help locate some of the former players. Just over 600 girls/women played in the League during its 12 year history. Over one hundred of these individuals have never been located. If you know of someone who played in this League, check the Player / Profile Search section to be sure they are properly listed and the information is correct. Please contact the Players Association with any information you can provide.
In some cases, Grants of Permission are required for newly located players, or from families of deceased players, to have baseball cards made to honor them. Any information that can be provided to complete the Association’s records will be appreciated.
Important: The Players Association requests that anyone having memorabilia of former players in this League please contact the AAGPBL Players Association to insure the proper protection of these items. In the event of the death of a player, it is requested that the Players Association be notified and their memorabilia (equipment, uniforms, scrapbooks, pictures, etc.) be held until proper designation and recognition can be determined. The Players Association works with the Archives at The Northern Indiana Center for History in South Bend, Indiana and The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York to preserve the memory and memorabilia of former players.
This award was established in 2013 as the Victory Vanguard Award to recognize exemplary service by a charter member (Player or League Personnel). The title was changed in 2016 in honor of the passing of former player June Peppas who was instrumental in reconnecting the players at the first National Reunion in Chicago in 1982 and establishing the AAGPBL Players Association in 1987.
This award was established in 2014, and it recognizes exemplary service by associate members who supported the league and the Players Association.