Born in Inglewood, California, Dottie Wiltse won over 20 games four times in her brilliant 6-year career, including a compelling 29-10 record, with a resounding 17 shutouts for Fort Wayne in 1945. She easily made the transition from underhand to overhand pitching and posted a .career 608 winning percentage and her stunning .183 lifetime ERA ranked as one of the best in the women's baseball league. In 1946, Dorothy Wiltse buzzed her fastball past 294 batters, including 16 in one game, and finished the season with a 22-20 record. Married during her career, she also played under the name of Dottie Collins. Dorothy Wiltse Collins career pitching stats: 3635 innings spanning 323 games.
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