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Marie Hardin

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Associate Director of the Curley Center for Sports Journalism at Penn State

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In 1973, a 12-year-old in Hoboken, put on her uniform to play  Little League  baseball.

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In 1973, a 12-year-old in Hoboken, put on her uniform to play Little League baseball.

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In 1973, a 12-year-old in Hoboken, put on her uniform to play  Little League  baseball.

Women in Sports: From Little League to the Big Leagues

In 1973, a 12-year-old in Hoboken, put on her uniform to play Little League baseball.

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