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  • 92-year-old women's baseball star Jean Faut

    Jean Faut is considered the greatest overhand pitcher in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League. Compiling a lifetime record of 140-64 she hurled two no-hitters, two perfect games and led the South Bend Blue Sox to consecutive championships in 1951 and 1952.

92-year-old women's baseball star Jean Faut

Jean Faut is considered the greatest overhand pitcher in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League. Compiling a lifetime record of 140-64 she hurled two no-hitters, two perfect games and led the South Bend Blue Sox to consecutive championships in 1951 and 1952.
Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer