Encyclopedia of Women and Baseball

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Leslie A. Heaphy, Mel Anthony May
McFarland & Company, 2006 - Reference - 438 pages
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Women have been involved in baseball from the game's early days, in a wide range of capacities. This ambitious encyclopedia provides information on women players, managers, teams, leagues, and issues since the mid–19th century. Players are listed by maiden name with married name, when known, in parentheses. Information provided includes birth date, death date, team, dates of play, career statistics and brief biographical notes when available. Related entries are noted for easy cross-reference. Appendices include the rosters of the World War II era All American Girls Professional Baseball League teams; the standings and championships from the AAGPBL; and all women's baseball teams and players identified to date.

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Contents

Preface
5
Appendices
337
and Batting Champions
343
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Leslie A. Heaphy is an associate professor of history at Kent State University, Stark Campus, in Canton, Ohio. She is also the author of The Negro Leagues, 1869–1960 (2003) and lives in North Canton. Mel Anthony May lives in Kent, Ohio.

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