Merrie A. Fidler

Merrie A. Fidler authored The Origins and History of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, published by McFarland in 2006 and joined SABR about that time. She is a native northern Californian who taught P.E. and coached volleyball, basketball, and softball before retiring in 2003. She roots for the Boston Red Sox who signed her brother Bob to a minor league contract in the 1950s. She also roots for the Cubs because Philip Wrigley created the All-American Girls Baseball League, and the Giants, of course, have been her primary team since they moved to San Francisco.

 

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  • July 1, 1943: All-American Girls play first game under the lights at Wrigley Field

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  • The International Girls Baseball League

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