Pepper Paire Davis
Diamond Angle Interviews
Professor Charles Alexander - This author has written the biographies of Ty Cobb, John McGraw and Rogers Hornsby.
Bea Allard - After watching the Muskegon Lassies in high school, she went to tryouts to help a friend and ended up in the AAGPBL.
Chris Ballingall - This catcher caught league interest at the age of 15, but didn't sign until 21.
Lois Barker - This New Jersey native was a member of the Grand Rapids Chicks.
Ann Batikis - Anne played for Racine in the AAGPBL when she was 18.
Mary Baumgartner - "Wimp" Baungartner was a catcher for the South Bend Blue Sox.
Joan Berger - Joan was a member of the Rockford Peaches.
Wally Berger - Wally, a slugging star of the old Boston Braves, talks about an encounter he had with Satchel Paige.
Erma Bergmann - This St. Louis native pitched in the AAGPBL and later went on to become a police officer.
Ruth Born - Ruth pitched for South Bend in the AAGPBL's very first season.
Jean Buckley - Jean played some centerfield in the early 1950s.
Pepper Paire Davis - Pepper was a shortstop and catcher in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.
Larry Dierker - Larry was the manager of the Houston Astros.
Terry Donahue - Terry was one of the many Canadians in the AAGPBL.
Carl Erskine - Erskine was one of the Boys of Summer from the glory days of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Salty Ferguson - Salty played in the last two years of the All American Girls Professional League as a catcher.
Tim Flannery - This famous Padre is also a musician!
Eddie Frierson - Eddie has entertained fans for years in his role as Christy Mathewson in the one-man play "Matty."
Jack Graham - Jack had a few years in the bigs around WWII and was a PCL hero.
Lee Grissom - Lee was a pitcher in the 1930s and 1940s, mainly for the Cincinnati Reds.
Marv Grissom - Marv is the brother of Lee and was also a pitcher in the bigs.
Alice Haylett - Alice was a member of the Grand Rapids Chicks for four years.
Mabel Holle - She played a year in the AAGPBL.
Betsy Jochum - Betsy won the AAGPBL batting title in 1944.
Vivian Kellogg - Vivian Kellogg played first base for the Milwaukee and Ft. Wayne.
Sue Kidd - Sue was a mainstay with the South Bend Blue Sox of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.
Wendell Kim - Wendell was recently the manager of the AAA Indianapolis Indians, and has also coached at the Major League level in San Francisco and Boston.
Elizabeth Mahon - This longtime outfielder for South Bend in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League topped the league in RBIs in 1946 and 1949.
Don Mossi - This workhorse of the 1950s and 1960s shares his memories with The Diamond Angle.
June Peppas - June pitched in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League, and won its final game.
Mary Pratt - This pitcher played for Rockford and Kenosha in the 1940s
Mamie Redman - Mamie was a catcher in the AAGPBL.
Earlene Risinger - Earline struck out Sammy Sams with bases loaded to win the 1953 All American Girls Professional League pennant.
Bill Virdon - The Pirates great shares some time with us.
Bob Wood - Bob is the son of legendary pitcher/hitter Smoky Joe Wood
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