Alice "Al" Politt
Alice played third base for the Rockford Peaches. She had come from a poor family. Alice's father had been a pro soccer player. Alice was the youngest of four children. When she was younger, Alice used to play baseball with the boys. At age12, Alice played short stop on the Sanfransisco Bay team. Alice made it into the league in 1947. She played for the Peaches in her rookie year, and played there throughout her seven year career.
Dottie Shroeder was born on April 11, 1928. When she was only fifteen years old, Dottie tried out for Phil Wrighley's new league and made the cut. In 1943, she was assigned to the South Bend Blue Sox. She was traded to the Kenosha Comets in 1945, but was traded to Fort Wayne two years later. Before the 1953 season she was traded to the Kalamazoo Lassies. Dottie was the only woman to play all 12 seasons in the All American Girls Baseball League.
Mary "Bonnie" Baker
Mary managed longer than the other women playing in the league. In 1950 when the Lassies folded in Muskegon, Michigan and moved to Kalamazoo, the league officially hired Mary to manage the new team for the rest of the season. In the following season, the club directors passed a rule that stated that female managers were barred except for an emergency basis.
Evelyn "Evie" Wawryshyn
Evelyn had 124 hits and had an average of .311. She was also third in the league. In 1950, she was the league's best second baseman. Evie was a quiet and deeply spirited woman. She was a woman who credits elements beyond human control for the decisions we make.