There is MORE than just one.....but your misogynistic attitude clearly is showing on what you think women are capable of......that's sad, does your wife and daughter know how you truly feel about them?<quoted text>so you trot out one girl who because men were not accustomed to her speed and pitch (she only had one pitch) were over zealous in swinging happened to strike out. did she ever strike out anyone else?
now if you are going to try and throw some "facts" around you might be careful as the internet might tell a different story.
the "AAGPBL" played one year with almost the same rules and equipment as the guys. apparently it didn't work out so well.
when the name was changed to the "AGPBL" in 1949 the ball was a 10" ball instead of the standard 9". the base paths were 72' instead of 90'. the pitcher's mound was 50' instead of 60'
in their final year of play they gave it a go with a standard ball and pitcher's mound but the base paths only went to 85'
so no, women can not play on the same level as men and they never did.
Yea they can, the fact that men feel the need to change the playing field is what is sad!!!!
I know more about Gender Equity than you can hope........my thesis is ALL about what women go through who work in Non-traditional occupations!!!