A league of their own… in 1905

The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League is justifiably honored for being the first (and to date only) professional women's baseball league in the United States. Formed during World War II, it lasted, in one form or another, into the 1950s. The women who played are baseball pioneers who lived in obscurity for far too long. … Continue reading A league of their own… in 1905

Obituary: Terry Donahue (1925-2019)

R.I.P. to catcher Terry Donahue, who spent four seasons playing in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. She died on March 14th from Parkinson's Disease. She was 93 years old. She played for the Peoria Redwings from 1946-49. Source: Arizona Republic, April 29, 1950 Donahue was born on August 22, 1925 in Melaval, Saskatchewan, Canada. … Continue reading Obituary: Terry Donahue (1925-2019)