All American Girls Professional Baseball League Re-enacted In Wisconsin 1943 Rules Girls Baseball League

Made famous by the movie A League Of Their Own, the All American Girls Professional Baseball League fielded teams throughout the Midwest. In Eagle, Wisconsin, a group of women are re-enacting the league playing by 1943 rules. Four of the leagues teams the Rockford Peaches, Racine Belles, Kenosha Comets and South Bend Blue Sox are featured in the league. The league which is called The World War II Girls Baseball Living History League has a website ww2girlsbaseball.com. In the story link below players talk about the league’s origins, coming up with the uniforms of the era, and their link with some of the remaining players from the original AAGPBL who are now in their 80’s. It’s a great read.

Re-enacting a league of their own — JSOnline.com

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