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1943-1954 Highly competitive, these women baseball players in the midwest could hold their own among baseball fans during the 1940s and 1950s

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Women's Baseball History * Betsy Jochum of the South Bend Blue Sox hit .273 with 12 doubles, 7 triples, one homer in her rookie year in 1943. The next season, she won the league's batting title with .296 in 112 games. * Betty Foss of the Fort Wayne Daisies led the AAGPBL two straight seasons in batting - as a rookie in 1950, she hit a sterling .346... and, lined 24 doubles, 5 homers, 61 RBIs. She led the league in batting again in '51 with a torrid .368, with 34 doubles, 4 homers, scored 77 runs, had 58 RBIs stole 60 bases in 94 games. Star Players: Majorie Peters, Dorothy Witse, Dottie Ferguson Key, Eileen Burmeister, Mame Redman, Lorraine Wuethrich, Josephine Skokan, Audrey Wagner, Rella Swamp, Ruth Lessing, Rose Gacioch, Jane Jeep Stoll, Pepper Paire, Dorothy Sawyer, Thelma Golden...

We are constantly upgrading player bios and batting and pitching statistics of women in baseball history... Please check our American Heroes located on our Home Page - Pages 123, 139 and 140 have addition information... - Womens Baseball Archives

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