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The Milwaukee Chicks beat the South Bend Blue Sox to win the AAGPBL Playoff Championship - Women's Baseball History

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Philip Wrigley, principal owner of the Wrigley Gum Company and the Chicago Cubs, along with other investors, bankrolled a womens baseball league during World War II - the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.

These are the Girls of the Teams that the movie: 'A League of Their Own' was all about - Oh, Yea!

The season was split in two halves in 1944...

First Half Records: Kenosha Comets 36-23... South Bend Blue Sox 33-25... Milwaukee Chicks 31-27... Racine Belles 28-32... Minneapolis Millerettes 23-36...

Second Half Records: Milwaukee Chicks 40-19... South Bend Blue Sox 31-27... Rockford Peaches 29-28... Racine Belles 26-31... Kenosha Comets 25-32... Minneapolis Millerettes 22-36...

AAGBL 1944 Batting Champion: Betsy Jochum .296


Detailed facts from this era are difficult to verify, so, have patience - we're working eagerly to make sure the information is accurate... for more on this Womens League please see Page 123 of American Heroes located on our Home Page.

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