|1946 Fort Wayne Daisies||Shortstop||11|
|1947 Fort Wayne Daisies||Shortstop||11|
|1947 Kenosha Comets||Shortstop||Unknown|
|1948 Chicago Colleens||Third Base & Outfield||7|
|1948 Kenosha Comets||Third Base & Outfield||9|
|1949 Fort Wayne Daisies||Shortstop & Outfield||6|
|1949 Racine Belles||Shortstop & Outfield||Unknown|
|1950 Kenosha Comets||Outfield||14|
|1950 Peoria Redwings||Outfield||Unknown|
|1951 Battle Creek Belles||Third Base & Outfield||Unknown|
|1951 Peoria Redwings||Third Base & Outfield||12|
|1952 Battle Creek Belles||Outfield||19|
|1953 Muskegon Belles||Outfield||19|
See "Related Article" above "Player/Profile Search" for Marjie's obituary.
Marge had such initial success that she was able to secure the starting shortstop position. Before joining the league she played two Michigan State Championship teams in 1944 and 1945. She graduated from the University of Michigan in education. Her hobbies are photography and basketball. Recognized as a long ball hitter, she gets plenty of doubles. Her long ball hitting added to ability to drive in runs.
Marjorie L. Pieper was born in Clinton, Mich., and was a retired school teacher. She died in her home at age 85, on February 6, 2008.
Marge played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from 1946 through 1953, and was a member of seven different teams. You can find more information concerning her playing years under her player profile. She was a consistant hitter and was speedy on the bases and on the field. She was as good in the infield and outfield and even tried her hand at pitching. She had a sure glove and was willing to play wherever she was needed.
Author: Citrus County Chronicle, Citrus County, FL
Copyright: Citrus County Chronicle, Citrus County, FL