VIDEO OF THE MONTH::Newsweek Report -Baseball Can't be America's Favorite Pastime Until We Let them Play!
This virtual scrapbook is filled with articles, photographs, interviews, and statistics that give you an up-close-and-personal look at the pioneering women who played professional baseball from 1943 through 1954. Within these pages, you'll learn the true story of the athletes whose exploits inspired the feature film, "A League of Their Own." You'll also meet their managers, their chaperones, their bat girls, and even some of their fans. So warm up your clicking fingers and play ball!
AAGPBL YouTube Video Links
- WILMA BRIGGS - Interview
- AAGPBL Hits, Runs, Dirt and Skirts - AAGPBL videos including Scenes from making the movie "A League of Their Own"
- 20th Anniversary of Movie - Syracuse, New York, Sept. 2012 Baseball Game - "A League of Their Own" celebration at 2012 Reunion
- Grand Valley State - Player Interviews: 2009-2010
- USA Star 2012 Reunion- Interviews and visit to Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame
- 2014 Word Cup Women's Baseball Star Crossfit, Baseball Silver Bullets Player, Firefighter, shows her stuff at age 40.
- Ex-Pro Helen Filarski Remembered. Detroit mourns her passing.
- July 14, 2014 Newsweek Report: Baseball Can't Truly Be Americias Favorite Pastime Until Women Can Play too!
The Diamond Girls CBS Special 2012 AAGPBL Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame
New England Red Sox dominate Nationals.
Upcoming women's pitching Little League Star now a part of women's baseball history
Remembering Great Ladies and Their Smiles
June 6, 2014 marked the 100th Anniversay for the All American players
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