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# 8 - Dagmar Bloeming - pitcher
BirthdateOctober 13, 1987
BirthplaceAmsterdam (Netherlands)
ResidenceAlmere (Netherlands)
StudyStudent Nutrition and Dietics at HBO,
the Hogeschool van Amsterdam
(High School of Amsterdam)
Height1,73 m
Weight67 kg
BatsI'm not hitting
ThrowsRight
Positionpitcher


Dutch National Team2007-current
Games Dutch National Team51
Dutch National Junior Team2002-2006


ClubsAlmere '90 (Almere, 1994-2006)
Terrasvogels (Santpoort, 2007-2008)
Sparks Haarlem (Haarlem, 2009-2012; current)
DES Caserta (Caserta, Italy, 2013)
(Dutch Major League: 2007-2012; current)
Tournaments participated in | Awards | Career | Family





















...Tournaments Participated In...
with Almere '90
International Mastenbroek Tournament
2003, 2005 (Enschede, Netherlands)
International Indoor Cup
2004, 2005 (Schiedam, Netherlands)

with Terrasvogels
2007 - International Indoor Cup (Schiedam, Netherlands)
Intern. Mastenbroek Tournament (Enschede, Netherlands)
Cup Winners Cup (Prague, Czech Republic)
2008 - Intern. Mastenbroek Tournament (Enschede, Netherlands)
European Cup (Prague, Czech Republic)

with Sparks Haarlem
2009 - Intern. Mastenbroek Tournament (Enschede, Netherlands)
Cup Winners Cup (Parma, Italy)
2010 - Intern. Jan de Wit Tournament (Haarlem, Netherlands)
Cup Winners Cup (Haarlem, Netherlands)
2011 - Intern. Mastenbroek Tournament (Enschede, Netherlands)
European Cup (Caserta, Italy)
2012 - Intern. Mastenbroek Tournament (Enschede, Netherlands)
International Jan de Wit Tournament (Haarlem, Netherlands)
European Cup (Enschede, Netherlands)

with Caserta
2013 - European Cup (Prague, Czech Republic)

with Dutch Junior Softball Team
2002 - European Championships Juniors (Le Thillay/Roissy, France)
2003 - International Indoor Cup (Schiedam, Netherlands)
Kingdom Games (Aruba)
World Championships Juniors (Nanjing, China)
2006 - International Indoor Cup (Schiedam, Netherlands)
Apeldoorn Softball Series (Apeldoorn, Netherlands)
European Championships Juniors (Collechio, Italy)

with Dutch National Softball Team
2007 - Australia Test Series (Enschede/Oosterhout/Haarlem, Netherlands)
European Championships (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Olympic Qualifying Tournament (Ronchi/Castions/Staranzano, Italy)
2008 - American Tour I (California/Hawaii, USA)
American (NPF) Tour II (Pennsylvania/Illinois/Ohio, USA)
Holland Tour (Santpoort/Groningen/Oldenzaal, Netherlands)
2009 - Holland Tour (several sites, Netherlands)
Canada Cup (Surrey, Canada)
World Cup of Softball (Oklahoma City, USA)
European Championships (Valencia, Spain)
2010 - International Indoor Cup (Team Orange) (Schiedam, Neth.)
Holland Tour (several sites, Netherlands)
Venezuela International Series (Puerto Ordaz/Barinas, Venezuela)
World Championship (Caracas, Venezuela)
2011 - Holland Tour (several sites, Netherlands)
Torneo 150 Anni Unitá d'Italia (Bollate, Italy)
Games vs. Argentina (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
European Championship (Ronchi dei Legionari/Staranzano, Italy)
2012 - American Tour (Tennessee/Florida, USA)
Holland Tour (Nieuwegein, Netherlands)
World Cup of Softball (Oklahoma City, USA)
Seattle Series (Seattle, USA)
World Championship (Whitehorse, Canada)
2013 - Holland Tour (several sites, Netherlands)
European Championship (Prague, Czech Republic)
2014 - USA Tour I (various sites, Florida, USA)

...Awards...
2003 - Riet Vermaat Trophy (Best Dutch Junior Pitcher)
2006 - Best Pitcher, International Indoor Cup
2010 - Nomination Best Pitcher, Dutch Major League
2011 - Best Pitcher, European Championship
2012 - Best Pitcher, Dutch Major League

Career
2013 --- On June 27, Dagmar is one of the 17 players named to the roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for this years European Championship in the Czech Republic --- On July 9, in the third game of the European Championship vs. Slovakia, Dagmar strikes out two (as reliever) and throws a combined No-Hitter with Ginger de Weert.
On July 12, in the semi-final vs. Italy, Dagmar is the starting and winning pitcher, throwing the first four innings --- This season, Dagmar plays in the Italian Softball League for Caserta --- She doesn't play in the Dutch big league in 2013, but with Sparks Haarlem, she participates in the Holland Series --- In October, Dagmar is one of 23 players named to the preliminary roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for the 2014 season --- In the 2014 season, Dagmar returns to the Dutch league and pitch again for Sparks Haarlem.
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2012 --- In March, Dagmar participates with the Dutch National Team in the American Tour to Tennessee and Florida --- On June 8, Dagmar is one of 17 players named to the roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for participation in the World Cup of Softball (Oklahoma City, USA), a series of games in Seattle (USA) and the World Championship in Whitehorse (Canada) --- On June 28, Dagmar is the winning pitcher, throwing 2 1/3 inning in relief against Canada in the opening game of the World Cup of Softball in Oklahoma City --- On July 7, Dagmar is the starting and winning pitcher, giving up two hits in four innings in the third exhibition game against Washington LadyHawks Gold during a training camp in Seattle --- On July 13, Dagmar gives up only four hits and throws seven strong innings against China in the opening game of the World Championship in Whitehorse (Canada), but the game is then lost in the tie-break --- On July 16, she strikes out two and throws five innnings, being the starting and winning pitcher in a 5-1 win against Venezuela in the fourth game of the World Championship in Whitehorse (Canada) --- On July 19, Dagnar is the starting and winning pitcher, striking out five and giving up only three hits in five innings in a 7-1 win against Puerto Rico in the seventh game of the Championship --- In the regular season, Dagmar is 16-0 with an 0.63 ERA and she strikes out 113 batters in 100 2/3 inning, while walking only 17 --- Dagmar leads the league in best ERA, wins, lowest opposing batting average (.151), is fifth in strikeouts and also has three saves, resulting in her being named Best Pitcher of the Dutch big league for the first time in her career --- With Sparks Haarlem, she reaches the Holland Series again, but then the team is dethroned by Alcmaria Victrix --- In October, Dagmar is one of 31 players named to the preliminary roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for the 2013 season.
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2011 --- On January 22, Dagmar is one of three pitchers nominated for the Best Pitcher Trophy for 2010, but the award is won by Lindsey Meadows --- Due to study-commitments, Dagmar is unable to travel with the team to Florida and Tennessee for the American Tour in March --- On May 15, Dagmar is the starting pitcher in the opening game of the Holland Tour vs. Holland All Stars at De Bilt, strikes out three and throws three hitless inning to become the winning pitcher --- In June, Dagmar participates with the Dutch National Team in the Torneo 150 Anni Unitá d'Italia in Bollate (Italy) and therefore is a member of the team when it plays the 100th game in history against Italy on June 2 --- During the tournament, on June 3, Dagmar throws a Perfect Game vs. the Czech All Stars, striking out eight batters --- On July 3, after throwing a perfect inning in the first game of a double-header (which was part of the Holland Tour) against the National Team of Argentina, Dagmar starts the second game, strikes out three and throws two hitless innings to become the winning pitcher --- On July 13, Dagmar is one of the 17 players named to the roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for this years European Championship in Italy --- On August 1, Dagmar throws a complete game 1-hitter with eight strikeouts vs. Belgium on Day 2 of the European Championship in Italy --- On August 3, Dagmar goes the distance vs. Great Britain, strikes out eight and gives up four hits in seven innings --- On August 5, the righthander throws all eight innings of the semi-final vs. Italy, strikes out eight and gives up five hits in a 5-1 win --- The next day, Dagmar comes on in relief in the fifth inning of the final vs. Italy to earn a save --- After the game, Dagmar is named Best Pitcher of the European Championship --- Later in August, Dagmar participates with Sparks Haarlem in the European Cup-tournament in Caserta (Italy) --- In the regular season, Dagmar is 10-1 and strikes out 64 batters in 54 innings, finishing with an 1.30 ERA --- In the Additional Round, that follows the regular season, Dagmar strikes out 18 batters in 14 innings, is 1-0 and leads this pool with an 0.00 ERA --- In the Play-Offs, Dagmar strikes out 13 batters in 8 2/3 inning and is 2-1 --- In October, Dagmar is one of 21 players named to the preliminary roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for the 2012 season.
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2010 --- In January, Dagmar participates with the National squad (playing for Team Orange) in the International Indoor Cup in Schiedam (Netherlands) with her team winning first place --- On January 18, Dagmar is one of 21 players named to the preliminary roster for this years World Championships --- On May 23, Dagmar earns a save, throwing three innings in the first game vs. the Foreign All Star Team --- On May 26, Dagmar is one of 16 players who is named to the final roster for the World Championship in Venezuela --- On June 27, Dagmar strikes out five batters and throws a No-Hitter in a 7-0 win vs. South Africa (which also is the 500th international game of the Dutch squad) during the World Championship in Venezuela --- In August, Dagmar participates in the Cup Winners Cup Tournament in Haarlem (Netherlands) with Sparks Haarlem, which wins the Cup after a come-from-behind victory in the last inning, scoring six runs to win 7-6 --- In the regular season, Dagmar appears in 19 games for Sparks Haarlem and is 15-1 with her victories leading the Dutch big league. In 91 2/3 inning, Dagmar strikes out 83 batters, while walking only 27 --- On October 31, Dagmar is one of 24 players named to the preliminary roster of the Dutch National Softball Team for the 2011 season.
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2009 --- On May 3, Dagmar throws a complete game 2-hitter in the second game of the Holland Tour vs. Euro Stars --- On May 10, Dagmar allows two hits in three innings to register her second win in the Holland Tour in the second game vs. Centrals --- On May 20, she throws the final two innings of a combined No-Hitter, relieving starter Femke van Dusschoten in the opener vs. the Dutch Juniors --- On May 27, Dagmar is one of the 17 players who is named to the final roster for the Dutch National Team to participate in this years international events --- Dagmar throws the final two innings in relief, strikes out four and earns a save in the first game vs. Robur '58 on May 31 --- On June 7, Dagmar starts the opening game vs. the Foreign All Star Team, strikes out four and gives up only two hits in four innings, but has a no-decision --- On June 17, Dagmar starts, throws three hitless innings and is the winning pitcher in the opener of the double-header vs. Kansas Express USA --- On June 27, Dagmar combines with Rebecca Soumeru on an one-hitter in the Holland Tour's closing game vs. the Former Nationals ---- On July 8, Dagmar goes the distance and is the winning pitcher in the second victory vs. Venezuela, during the Canada Cup --- On July 25, Dagmar combines with Rebecca Soumeru, Kirsten Scheele and Femke van Dusschoten in a 7-inning No-Hitter in an exhibition game vs. Great Britain prior the European Championships in Valencia --- On July 29, Dagmar throws a complete game 3-hitter in the game vs. Germany during the European Championships --- On July 30, Dagmar strikes out ten batters and gives up five hits in nine innings in the tie-break victory vs. Great Britain during the European Championships --- On August 1, Dagmar is the winning pitcher and throws a 2-hitter in the final of the European Championships vs. Great Britain --- On August 1, Dagmar is a member of the Dutch Team which brings the European title back to the Netherlands for the first time in 19 years --- Two weeks later, Dagmar participates with Sparks Haarlem in the CupWinners Cup Tournament in Parma (Italy) --- In the regular season, her first with Sparks Haarlem, Dagmar is 10-8 with one save, has a 2.12 ERA and strikes out 79 batters in 109 innings.
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2008 --- Throws three innings, strikes out five and earns a save on February 16 vs. St. Mary's College in the opening game of the first American Tour by the Dutch National Team, which is part of the preparations for the Olympic Games in Beijing --- On February 22, Dagmar again throws the last three innings of the game vs. Providence College and earns her second save of the trip --- On May 29, Dagmar is the starting pitcher of the first game during the second American Trip in which the Dutch team plays against professional teams --- After the team transfers to Illinois, Dagmar retires nine of ten batters, including the last seven in a row, when she finishes a game vs. Rockford Thunder, which is lost only 3-2 --- On June 18, she has another strong finish as reliever in the first game vs. Akron Racers in Ohio, but this time, the Dutch team lost 6-4 --- Two days later, she retires the last five batters in a row when she takes over, while trailing, in the third game vs. Akron Racers --- Back home, Dagmar strikes out six and is the starting and winning pitcher vs. Terrasvogels in the first game of the Holland Tour, winning 5-1 --- On July 13, she starts and wins the third game of the Holland Tour, striking out five in a 4-0 shutout --- The next day, she is dropped from the roster when the Olympic Team is announced for Beijing --- In the regular season, pitching for Terrasvogels, Dagmar is 7-3 with two saves and strikes out 44 batters --- With Terrasvogels, she participates in the European Cup-tournament in Prague (Czech Republic) --- After completion of the season, Dagmar transfers from Terrasvogels to Sparks Haarlem for the 2009 season --- On December 11, Dagmar is one of 28 players being named to the preliminary roster of the Dutch National Team for 2009 and is invited to start practice in January.
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2007 --- Dagmar makes her debut in the Dutch Major League, pitching for A4 Terrasvogels. In her first big league-season, the righthander appeares in 16 games (14 starts, 11 complete) and finishes with an 11-2 record and a 1.10 ERA. In 89 innings, Dagmar struckout 55 batters and walked only 16. With Terrasvogels, she reaches the Holland Series and wins the Dutch championship --- On May 20, at Enschede (Netherlands), Dagmar makes her debut in the Dutch National Team as starting pitcher in the opener of a 5-game series against Australia, throwing three innings. The Dutch squad wins 2-0, but Dagmar has a no-decision --- On May 28, at Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dagmar makes her first appearance on an European Championship. On this date, she throws a complete game against Greece, which is won by the Dutch, 15-0. Dagmar strikes out five and gives up only one basehit --- A day later, she is the winning pitcher against Germany --- On May 31, Dagmar earnes a save in the 3-0 shutout against Great Britain, throwing the last 1 2/3 inning in which she strikes out two batters --- On the same day, she is credited with her second save, as she throws the final 2 1/3 inning in a 4-3 victory against Italy --- On June 1, Dagmar is the losing pitcher in the first semi-final against Italy, which wins 8-1 --- She also is the starting and losing pitcher in the EC-final against Italy, which wins the title by winning 9-3 --- At Staranzano (Italy), on June 9, Dagmar is the starter and winner in the opening game of the Olympic Qualifying Tournament vs. Slovakia, which is won by the Dutch, 14-0 --- On June 12, she goes the distance and throws a shutout vs. South Africa, which is won 5-0 --- The Dutch Team defeats Italy, 3-2, in the final and qualifies for the Olympic Games in Beijing (China) --- On August 25, at Prague (Czech Republic), she plays with Terrasvogels in the final of the European CupWinners Cup, which is won by Legnano from Italy.
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2006 --- In this year, Dagmar participates in the European Championships for Juniors in Collecchio (Italy).
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2004 --- With the National Junior Team, Dagmar participates in the Kingdom Games in Aruba. The Kingdom Games are held every four years with the participation of athletes from the Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles and Aruba.
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2003 --- Dagmar participates with the Dutch National Junior Team in the World Championships in Nanjing (China) --- At the end of the season, she is awarded the Riet Vermaat Trophy by the Dutch Federation for the best under-19 youth pitcher.
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2002 --- During the European Championships for Juniors in France, Dagmar throws a 2-hitter vs. Germany and a 1-hitter vs. Italy.

Family
DAGMAR is the daughter of Ronald and Jacqueline Bloeming and has a twin-sister Myrthe, who also plays softball (playing for Sparks Haarlem).
Dagmar has a relation with Derc-Jan Buschgens.

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