Insurance for Baseball Teams & Leagues
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Baseball evolved from older bat-and-ball games already being played in England by the mid-18th century. This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed. By the late 19th century, baseball was widely recognized as the national sport of the United States.
Baseball is an excellent sport for improving coordination, speed, and more. Practicing and competing in baseball also teaches valuable skills like teamwork and perseverance. Owning or operating a baseball league or team is about providing your players these benefits, among many others.
While coaching baseball can certainly be conducted safely, there are always risks to coaching and managing baseball, operating a baseball league, team, or field, or hosting a baseball game or season. Baseball requires much less player-to-player contact than sports like football or rugby, but baseball players are still vulnerable to their own sport-specific injuries.
Even if the baseball league has taken all realistic precautions, it can still be held liable for injuries and other issues related to its events and facilities.
Our insurance policies for baseball leagues, coaches, and teams allow you to focus on providing your services with peace of mind knowing that you are protected against potential risk.
“There are three types of baseball players: those who make it happen, those who watch it happen, and those who wonder what happens.”
Baseball League Coverage Types
We offer both general liability and accident medical insurance for various baseball programs including:
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What Does Baseball Team Insurance Cover?
General Liability Insurance for Baseball Teams
Our general liability insurance policy provides coverage for claims and lawsuits that allege bodily injury or property damage.
General liability covers up to a specific amount to spectators and other non-members of your organization who file a claim or lawsuit against your baseball organization. Fortunately for policyholders, investigation of the claim and adjustment of any potential payout are taken care of by the insurance company.
General liability also covers property damage that may be due to negligence on the part of the named insured.
Accident Medical Insurance for Baseball Teams
Our excess accident medical policy helps pay for out-of-pocket medical costs for an injured baseball player or coach. Injuries do happen when participating in youth and adult league baseball, and an accident medical policy can keep injured players and coaches from facing a serious financial burden due to medical bills from an injury.
Baseball injuries, in particular, may occur as a result of incidents including, but not limited to, baseball impacts, bat impacts, tripping, sprains, and strains of the legs and arms, and player collision.
Some serious and specific baseball injuries to insure against include:
- Torn Labrum
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Dead Arm (Shoulder Instability)
- Ulnar Collateral Ligament (UCL) Injury Of The Elbow Requiring Tommy John Surgery
- Wrist Tendonitis Or Wrist Trauma Injuries
- Pitchers Elbow
- Knee Injuries Or Tears (ACL, LCL, MCL, PCL)
Covered individuals would encompass all registered members of your organization, including participants and volunteers, so long as the injury happened during a covered activity.
The policy pays medical bills for a member who is injured at your practice or game, or during activities you sponsor, if, either the member has no health insurance, or the medical bills exceed what the member’s insurance will pay. The limits for accident medical coverage also exceed those of general liability.
“Randy Marcus did a fabulous job! He helped me get coverage quickly for some baseball camps. It was an easy and smooth process.”
How Much Does Baseball Insurance Cost?
Team insurance can be $477 or it can be as low as $90 per team, through AYSAA.
There is no difference in insurance coverage cost between travel and recreational baseball.
Here’s how the cost for your baseball league breaks down.
Small Youth Leagues (1-5 Baseball Teams)
AYSAA Annual Membership Fee (per team) = $25 +
$1 Million Team Insurance
- Age groups 12 & under = $65.00
- Age groups 13-15 = $90.00
- Age groups 16-18 – $115.00
$2 Million Team Insurance
- Age groups 12 & under = $89.00
- Age groups 13-15 = $125.00
- Age groups 16-18 – $179.00
Medium-Sized Youth Leagues (6+ Baseball Teams)
- $477 annual premium for up to 75 players
- +$2 per additional player over 75
Adult Baseball Leagues
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Travel Baseball Insurance
This youth travel sport has evolved over the years, becoming an integral part of player development and an avenue for honing skills that extend beyond the diamond.
Youth travel baseball has a history that mirrors the growth and passion for the sport. What started as a local pastime has transformed into a dynamic and competitive landscape, allowing talented young players to showcase their skills on a broader stage. From local tournaments to regional competitions, travel baseball has created a pathway for aspiring athletes to elevate their game and compete at higher levels.
Beyond the thrill of competition, travel baseball fosters personal growth, resilience, and camaraderie. Players gain exposure to diverse competition, learn to adapt to different playing styles, and develop teamwork. These experiences not only shape them as athletes but also instill valuable life skills that extend far beyond the confines of the field.
The Importance of Insurance in Travel Baseball: While the journey in travel baseball is filled with excitement, there are also risks associated with the game. In the pursuit of excellence, injuries can occur, and unforeseen incidents may arise. This is where the significance of insurance comes into play.
As a league leader or coach, ensuring the safety and well-being of your players is paramount.
eSportsInsurance comprehensive insurance coverage for travel baseball leagues provides a protective shield, allowing you to focus on nurturing talent and fostering growth. Our tailored policies encompass general liability and accident medical insurance, addressing the unique challenges that travel baseball presents. From bodily injury claims to property damage, we’ve got you covered, offering peace of mind so you can lead your team with confidence.
Together, let’s continue to shape the future of youth travel baseball, where talent is nurtured, growth is inevitable, and protection is assured.
Get a quote today and embark on a season of success, knowing that your team is covered by insurance crafted with your needs in mind.
A Deeper Historical Dive
“Baseball is 90% mental and the other half is physical.”
Baseball is a popular adult sport and one of our top-insured youth sports. With a rich history, it’s been played in North America for over 150 years.
Its deep roots can be traced back to the early 19th century, when games played with a ball and stick were popular in England and North America. In the United States, variations of the game were played in different parts of the country, with different rules and traditions. Some traces of Baseball go back to the 14th century, when it is traced back through its direct antecedents of stoolball and “tut-ball”.
The modern game of baseball is often credited to Abner Doubleday, a Civil War hero who was said to have invented the game in Cooperstown, New York, in 1839. This was derived from a 1908 commission investigating Baseball’s origins. However, there is no historical evidence to support this claim, and most experts believe that baseball evolved from older bat-and-ball games played in England and North America.
By the mid-19th century, baseball became a popular pastime in the United States. The first recorded baseball game was played in 1846 in Hoboken, New Jersey, between the Knickerbocker Baseball Club and the New York Nine. In 1857, the National Association of Base Ball Players (NABBP) was formed, which established a standard set of rules for the game.
In the years that followed, baseball grew in popularity, and professional leagues were formed. The first professional baseball league, the National Association of Professional Base Ball Players, was founded in 1871. It was followed by the National League in 1876 and the American League in 1901. The two leagues merged in 1903 to form Major League Baseball (MLB), which remains the highest level of professional baseball in North America, and the form of the sport we know and love.
While many people today assume that baseball was always a male-dominated sport, the truth is that women played a significant role in its development. In fact, the first recorded women’s baseball game took place in 1866, just 20 years after the first men’s game. Women’s teams were also playing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), which was active from 1943 to 1954. The AAGPBL was formed during World War II when many male baseball players were drafted into military service, and it helped to pave the way for future generations of female athletes.
In the mid-19th century, children formed their own teams as adults embraced the game. Engaged school, church, and community groups organized teams for working-class boys who used baseball to improve their fitness and learn teamwork. Youth baseball became more organized in the 1920s and 1930s, and Little League Baseball was established in 1939, quickly growing to become the largest youth baseball organization in the world. The Pony League was founded in 1969 to allow older children to continue playing beyond Little League.
Over the years, baseball has seen many changes, including the introduction of new rules, new equipment, and new strategies. It has also played a significant role in American culture, inspiring literature, film, music, and art. Today, baseball is played by millions of people around the world, from amateur players in local youth leagues to professional adult athletes in the MLB.
Learn more about Baseball’s history here.
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