Lizzie Murphy was good at baseball. In fact, she was much better than most of the boys. But she was born in 1900, and also earlier then baseball was not a game for girls. Lizzie practiced through her brvarious other anyway, and also then she talked her means onto the local boys" team, first as a batboy, then as a player. Everyone was impressed by her difficult catches and rapid pitches. By the time she turned fifteen, she was playing for two different amateur boys" teams. When she turned eighteen, Lizzie did somepoint else that woguys weren"t intended to do: she signed up through a expert baseball team, figured out to earn her living playing the game.

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Lizzie Murphy was good at baseball. In truth, she was better than the majority of of the boys. But she was born in 1900, and also ago then baseround was not a game for girls. Lizzie practiced through her brother anyway, and also then she talked her means onto the neighborhood boys" team, initially as a batboy, then as a player. Everyone was impressed by her difficult catches and fast pitches. By the moment she turned fifteenager, she was playing for 2 different amateur boys" teams. When she turned eighteenager, Lizzie did something else that womales weren"t meant to do: she signed up via a skilled baseball team, determined to earn her living playing the game.

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Quick Description:Lizzie Murphy was great at baseball. In reality, she was better than a lot of of the boys. But she was born in 1900, and ago then baseround was not a game for girls. Lizzie practiced through her brvarious other anymethod, and also then she talked her method onto the regional boys" team, first as a batboy, then as a player. Everyone was impressed by her hard catches and also rapid pitches. By the time she turned fifteenager, she was playing for two different amateur boys" teams. When she turned eighteenager, Lizzie did something else that woguys weren"t intended to do: she signed up with a expert basesphere team, determined to earn her living playing the game.

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