In the 17th century, netball baseball was discovered by French immigrants who settled in Canada, and it was systematized to improve safety. The English name lacrosse was also evolved from the French la crosse in the Canadian region, meaning the bishop's scepter. In the late 19th century, online baseball has evolved into an organized sport, with the United States, Canada, and some European countries having regular online baseball teams. In the second modern Olympic Games, Net Baseball appeared as a performance project in the Olympic family.
In the middle and late 20th century, the level of baseball in the traditional countries (the United States, Canada) increased rapidly, and the level of competition in Australia and the United Kingdom was also increasing year by year. Japan is one of the first countries in Asia to launch online baseball. It has developed rapidly and achieved a fourth place in the 2003 Netball World Cup. At the same time, Japan is also one of the major promotion countries of online baseball in Asia. First, it was developed in South Korea and Hong Kong. In 1997, Ma Quanjun, a teacher of Beijing Sports University in China, used the opportunity to study in Japan to extradite the net baseball sport. Returning to China, first at the Beijing Sports University. Organized the first online baseball team in mainland China. Subsequently, the Capital Institute of Physical Education, Yanshan University, Dalian Institute of Technology, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai University, Tongji University and other institutions were introduced.