FAYETTEVILLE — Laurie Adkins does not consider herself to be a pioneer.
Claire Eccles is one of Canada’s best female baseball players. She’ll pitch against men this summer.
Cross Keys varsity baseball opponents may have thought a number of things, some likely not too pleasant, when sophomore Lina Green, one of four girls on the squad, stepped to
The knuckleball pitcher signed with the Victoria HarbourCats in the 11-team Canadian league
Kristin Mills Caldwell became the first Delaware high school girl to eclipse 2,000 points, only topped by Elena Delle Donne. She also was a solid baseball pitcher, winning a state title with the Caravel boys baseball team, and played on the first USA Baseball women’s national team, claiming gold in the first Women’s World Cup.
Claire Eccles, 19, has joined the Victoria HarbourCats for the 2017 West Coast League season, which is home to mostly men’s university players from the United States and Canada.
With a mean knuckleball and a determined attitude, a 19-year-old female pitcher from Surrey, B.C. will become the first woman to join a competitive university league dominated by men.
Given Apple’s prominence, its new campus missed a big opportunity to redefine the relationship between work life and home life.
Source: A diamond guy