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'''Edna Dummerth''' (née '''Frank'''; June 15, 1924 – October 8, 2017) played in the [[All-American Girls Professional Baseball League]] in 1944.<ref name=AAGPBL>[http://www.aagpbl.org/profiles/edna-frank-dummerth-frankie/392 Edna Dummerth – Profile / Obituary]. ''[[All-American Girls Professional Baseball League]]''. Retrieved 2019-04-13.</ref> She was born in [[St. Louis, Missouri]] and known by her nickname "Frankie".<ref name=AAGPBL/>
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'''Edna Dummerth''' (née '''Frank'''; June 15, 1924 – October 8, 2017) played in the [[All-American Girls Professional Baseball League]] in 1944.<ref name=AAGPBL>[http://www.aagpbl.org/profiles/edna-frank-dummerth-frankie/392 Edna Dummerth – Profile / Obituary]. ''[[All-American Girls Professional Baseball League]]''. Retrieved 2019-04-13.</ref> She was born in St. Louis, Missouri and known by her nickname "Frankie".<ref name=AAGPBL/>
   
Dummerth got into the game during her high school years where she earned a reputation for being a good catcher.{{citation needed|date=August 2014}} Thereafter, when she was 20 she started playing for the [[Minneapolis Millerettes]]<ref>{{cite web|title=Baseball in Minnesota: The Definitive History|author=Stew Thornley|ISBN=0-87351-551-X|year=2006|publisher=The Minnesota Historical Society Press}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://forgottenminnesota.com/blog/2014/06/dirt-on-their-skirts-the-minneapolis-millerettes|title=Dirt on Their Skirts: The Minneapolis Millerettes|date=2014-06-27|accessdate=2019-04-02}}</ref> and then, in the same year, for the [[Racine Belles]].<ref name=AAGPBL/> She both threw and batted [[right-handed]].<ref name=AAGPBL/> After playing just 16 games, she left the League and joined the [[United States Navy]]. After leaving the navy she married Robert A. Dummerth and had eight children.<ref name=obit>[http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/stltoday/obituary.aspx?n=edna-v-dummerth&pid=186908378&fhid=5885 Edna Dummerth Obituary]</ref>
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Dummerth got into the game during her high school years where she earned a reputation for being a good catcher.{{citation needed|date=August 2014}} Thereafter, when she was 20 she started playing for the [[Minneapolis Millerettes]]<ref>{{cite web|title=Baseball in Minnesota: The Definitive History|author=Stew Thornley|ISBN=0-87351-551-X|year=2006|publisher=The Minnesota Historical Society Press}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://forgottenminnesota.com/blog/2014/06/dirt-on-their-skirts-the-minneapolis-millerettes|title=Dirt on Their Skirts: The Minneapolis Millerettes|date=2014-06-27|accessdate=2019-04-02}}</ref> and then, in the same year, for the [[Racine Belles]].<ref name=AAGPBL/> She both threw and batted right-handed.<ref name=AAGPBL/> After playing just 16 games, she left the League and joined the [[United States Navy]]. After leaving the navy she married Robert A. Dummerth and had eight children.<ref name=obit>[http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/stltoday/obituary.aspx?n=edna-v-dummerth&pid=186908378&fhid=5885 Edna Dummerth Obituary]</ref>
   
In 1989 Dummerth was honored by the [[St. Louis Cardinals]].<ref>{{cite book|title=The Origins and History of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League|author=Merrie A. Fidler|year=2006|ISBN=978-1-4766-0428-2|publisher=McFarland & Company,Inc.}}</ref>
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In 1989 Dummerth was honored by the St. Louis Cardinals.<ref>{{cite book|title=The Origins and History of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League|author=Merrie A. Fidler|year=2006|ISBN=978-1-4766-0428-2|publisher=McFarland & Company,Inc.}}</ref>
   
 
Dummerth died on October 8, 2017.<ref name=obit/>
 
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Revision as of 02:25, 29 December 2019

Edna Frank Dummerth
Born (1924-06-15)June 15, 1924
St. Louis, Missouri
Died October 8, 2017(2017-10-08) (aged 93)
St. Louis, Missouri

Edna Dummerth (née Frank; June 15, 1924 – October 8, 2017) played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in 1944.[1] She was born in St. Louis, Missouri and known by her nickname "Frankie".[1]

Dummerth got into the game during her high school years where she earned a reputation for being a good catcher.[citation needed] Thereafter, when she was 20 she started playing for the Minneapolis Millerettes[2][3] and then, in the same year, for the Racine Belles.[1] She both threw and batted right-handed.[1] After playing just 16 games, she left the League and joined the United States Navy. After leaving the navy she married Robert A. Dummerth and had eight children.[4]

In 1989 Dummerth was honored by the St. Louis Cardinals.[5]

Dummerth died on October 8, 2017.[4]

Career statistics

Batting

GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB TB BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
16 46 1 5 0 0 0 2 1 5 1 4 .109 .128 .109 .236

Fielding

GP PO A E TC DP FA
15 53 10 6 69 2 .913

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Edna Dummerth – Profile / Obituary. All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Retrieved 2019-04-13.
  2. Stew Thornley (2006). "Baseball in Minnesota: The Definitive History". The Minnesota Historical Society Press. ISBN 0-87351-551-X. 
  3. "Dirt on Their Skirts: The Minneapolis Millerettes". 2014-06-27. http://forgottenminnesota.com/blog/2014/06/dirt-on-their-skirts-the-minneapolis-millerettes. Retrieved 2019-04-02. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 Edna Dummerth Obituary
  5. Merrie A. Fidler (2006). The Origins and History of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. McFarland & Company,Inc.. ISBN 978-1-4766-0428-2. 
  6. All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Record Book – W. C. Madden. Publisher: McFarland & Company, 2008. Format: Paperback, 302pp. Language: English. ISBN 0-7864-3747-2

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