WWII Girls Baseball Living History League

The Ladies of the WWII Girls Baseball Living History League honor the women of the All-American Girls Baseball League (AAGBBL) by educating the public about Girls Baseball Heritage during WWII by playing exhibition baseball games at various Historical Reenactments and Museum appearances through out the Midwest; primarily in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana.

The league portrays Girls Baseball as it was played by the AAGBBL during their first season of play in 1943 when underhand pitching and a 12" softball was the rule. The original league was made up of only four teams which we portray: the Kenosha Comets, Racine Belles, Rockford Peaches, and South Bend Blue Sox.  Our living history league is new and is open to all women who wish to interpret WWII home front baseball history and have a little fun doing it.  We also welcome men who are interested in team manager and umpire opportunities.  Please contact us if you are interested in trying out. Help build the our league. "Dirt in the Skirt Ladies!"

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