The news HAS been dreary lately, so here is a nice story that was forwarded to me:
Two months ago, Katie Brownell was happy to be playing Little League ball with all of her boy friends. Now, she’s a Hall of Famer.
The 12-year-old Brownell, who etched her name in baseball lore when she tossed a perfect game on May 14, striking out all 18 batters she faced in a six-inning game, on Thursday donated the No. 3 jersey she wore that day to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The jersey will be placed on display in the museum’s Today’s Game exhibit and later will become part of either the Women in Baseball exhibit or Youth Baseball exhibit.
Excellent. Get that girl a scholarship.
Forget a scholarship — get her an agent!
Where’s Bill Veeck when you need him!
That is a good story! I think it is wonderful that baseball is honoring that.
Walter E. Wallis
What about her next game?