She was picked up the following year by the Chicago Colleens, a barnstorming promotional team that played games across the United States and Canada playing games against the Springfield Sallies. She played for the Kenosha Comets in 1951. During her two seasons in the league, Taylor played in 85 games, with a .182 batting average and 25 RBI. As catcher she had 80 putouts and 18 assists to go along with 9 errors.
In a 2005 interview, Taylor recounted how she and her brother learned the sport from their baseball-loving father. She enjoyed traveling across the country to play games and having the opportunity to see the Northeastern United States, though she was a bit homesick for her family. Taylor played a three-inning game in Yankee Stadium, the highlight of her baseball career, where she had a chance to meet Yogi Berra and Connie Mack.
Taylor died in her sleep, aged 75, at her home in Mount Dora on May 8, 2009.
She is survived by Walega, her partner of 45 years; her brother, Dr. Donald Taylor of Tampa; four nieces and one nephew.
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- Eunice Taylor's All-American Girls Professional Baseball League profile
- Eunice Taylor - 2005 interview