women's sports

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If you're a fan of sports movies, you've probably seen A League of Their Own, director Penny Marshall's 1992 homage to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. The latter was a circuit of women's teams that Major League Baseball put together in 1943 to keep fans coming to ballparks at a time when  male baseball players were being drafted into the nation's armed forces.The film focuses largely on the travails of a fictional player, Dottie Hinson (portrayed by Geena Davis), a young woman whose husband has gone off to fight in the war, and who also happens to be a hard-hitting catcher.
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