Dorothy Harrell - A five time All-Star, played for the Rockford Peaches for eight seasons. A gifted shortstop and slap hitter, Harrell was instrumental in helping the Peaches win four championship titles. She is regarded as one of the best shortstops, male or female, to ever play the game. At Seattle’s Safeco Field, her image and achievements are celebrated on a 10 foot banner, between baseball legends Roberto Clemente and Brooks Robinson. #butchhistory#womenssports#sports#baseball#womensbaseball#seattle#safecofield#throwlikeagirl#femaleathletes#aleagueoftheirown#powerfulwomen#womeninhistory#monedavis

Women’s Baseball

Two New Women’s Leagues are to begin play by 2018.(65 years after the Final season of the AAGPBL) 

Women’s American League
New York Yankettes(?) playing from Yankee Stadium
Boston Ruby Slippers playing from Fenway Park(Slogan “there’s no place like home”) 
Baltimore Robins playing from Camden Yards
Kansas City Jewels playing from Kaufman Stadium
Houston Starlings playing from Minute Maid Park(Seriously?)
Seattle Sirens playing from Safeco Field

Women’s National League
Chicago Colleens playing from Wrigley Field
Cincinnati Rouge playing from The Great American Ball Park
LA DexBonuses(Dodgers) playing from Dodger Stadium
San Francisco Amazons playing from AT&T Park
Atlanta Peaches playing from Turner Field
Philidelphia Phillies playing from Citizen’s Bank Park(Because the Men’s team isn’t doing much with the name or the ballpark)

Deputy Commissioner of Women’s Baseball: Ashley Brachter, Director of the US Women’s Natinoal Baseball Team.

From left to right - Lou Gehrig, Jackie Mitchell, Joe Engel, and Babe Ruth.  

Jackie Mitchell was the second woman to join a minor league team (The Chatanooga Lookouts) and in her first game, she struck out Ruth and Gehrig.  Her contract was voided a few days later by Commissioner Landis because he thought baseball was “too strenuous” for a woman. 

UMPI senior woman signs pro baseball contract
Ghazaleh Sailors had some serious trouble sleeping on Saturday and Sunday nights. Her excitement was revealed in a Sunday morning Facebook post that read: “330 AM, anybody want to play catch?” Monday couldn’t come soon enough for the native of Santa Barbara, California. That’s because she was about to fulfill [...]

Congrats to Ozzie Sailors who will play professional baseball for the Virginia Marlins this year.