This article includes a very comprehensive biography of Margaret's accomplishments during her lifetime. The columnist touches on subjects usually not mentioned in other biographical accounts of Margaret's life including her time at New York University in the masters program and her time spent in WAVES. The article also includes insights from Margaret herself on how she felt about her position of controversy in 1928 when her ability to play American Legion baseball was called into question. She also comments on the popularity of her baseball career almost 60 years later and her opinion on such a phenomena.
Women baseball players
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