For a dozen years during the 1940s and 1950s more than 600 women played professional baseball in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Some of these women compiled some eye-popping statistics unequaled by their male counterparts: Sophie Kurys swiped 200 bases in one season; Joanne Winter hurled 63 consecutive scoreless innings; pitcher Jean Faut sported one season a .910 winning percentage. Few know that Joanne Weaver was the last professional baseball player to hit .400 in a season: .429 in 1954.
This reference book contains the hitting, fielding and pitching records of all women who played in the AAGPBL during its 12-year history. The book also contains all of the team and individual playoff records of the league, compiled for the first time. Included herein are rosters of the all-star teams, as well as a listing of all pitching and batting champions. A brief history of the league is recounted. Complementing the statistics are photos of the league championship teams and key players.
BK9734Baseball - The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Record Book: Comprehensive Hitting, Fielding and Pitching Statisticshttp://d3dvedx3sqrauf.cloudfront.net/i/boxart/large/bk/bk9734.jpg?v=449.9559.94USDDiscontinuedMcFarland & Company, Inc.BooksSport-Sport-Memorabilia-Books2005-10-18