Ballplayer for All-American Girls Professional Baseball League reminisces after 75 years
Posted: Jul 22, 2018 8:30 AM CDT
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(CBS 58) -- They were a league of their own during World War II and for a decade after. 2018 marks 75 years since the All American Girls Professional Baseball League was launched.
Many of the more than 600 women in the league either came from Wisconsin or played for one of the teams here. Joyce Westerman did both.
CBS 58's Amanda Porterfield sat down with the former ballplayer and forever fan who is in a league of her own.