Women at Play
The Story of Women in Baseball
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
When it was first published in 1993, Women at Play: The Story of Women in Baseball was a ground-breaking work, introducing readers to one hundred years of hidden history — the true stories of women who played hardball from 1893-1993. Women at Play received a boxed review in The New York Times. USA Today's Baseball Weekly labeled it "an important new text," and The Cooperstown Review wrote: "Women at Play can do for women in baseball what Only the Ball Was White did for African-Americans: illuminate decades of accomplishment in the face of prejudice to . . . baseball fans who care about history and justice." And Elysian Fields Quarterly argued that "These are compelling stories, and they are well-told here . . . . Gregorich is a fine writer whose prose is lucid and lively, and she knows her baseball."
Long out of print, Women at Play is now back in an ebook-only version, 25 years after its first publication. The contents are exactly as they were in 1993, but, unlike the original book, the book contains no photos: it is text-only. A valuable resource for researchers, and inspiring reading for baseball fans and the general public.