Major League Baseball Coach Justine Siegal to Teach Clinics for Women in Mexico

Justine Siegal has a firm goal to make the King of Sports more inclusive.

The first coach in the Major Leagues, Justine siegal, will give clinics for girls and women in cities of Mexico where the ARCO Mexican Pacific League, with the firm objective of making baseball an inclusive sport.

The coach will be in Hermosillo, Mexicali and Guasave, to teach the clinics that are aimed at girls and women who want to learn the basics of the so-called King of Sports.

The Consulate General of the United States in Hermosillo is the one that will present the event and the coordinator of the event, Carla bustamante He indicated that these will be the cities that the coach will visit as part of the social program carried out by that same authority.

Guasave will have the event at Kuroda Park, which is the Algodoneros stadium, on December 16 from 5:30 p.m., where girls from 10 years old and up will be able to attend.

Justine siegal has stood out because 10 years ago she debuted as a practice pitcher with the Cleveland Indians in the Major Leagues and for 2015 he went to the Oakland Athletics to coach in the Arizona Instructional League.

During his stay in that team, he also stands out having been an assistant hitting coach in the Major League team and later had other opportunities in teams such as Tampa bay rays, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets and Houston Astros.

Now, he will be with the girls and women in the cities mentioned to give the baseball clinics and show that this sport is inclusive.