|All-American Girls Professional Baseball League|
September 30, 1933|
Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania
|Died: September 29, 2004
|Batted: Right||Threw: Right|
|1951 for the Battle Creek Belles|
|Last professional appearance|
|1954 for the South Bend Blue Sox|
|Career highlights and awards|
|— Lacrosse player —|
|West Chester U,
US Women's national team
Gertrude Dunn (September 30, 1933 – September 29, 2004) was an American baseball player with the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, the league made famous by the 1992 film A League Of Their Own.
When the league was unable to continue in 1955, Dunn joined several other players selected by former Fort Wayne Daisies manager Bill Allington to play in the national touring team known as the All-Americans All-Stars. The team played 100 games, each booked in a different town, against male teams, while traveling over 10,000 miles in the manager's station wagon and a Ford Country Sedan. Besides Dunn, the Allington All-Stars included players as Joan Berger, Gloria Cordes, Jeanie Descombes, Betty Foss, Mary Froning, Jean Geissinger, Katie Horstman, Maxine Kline, Dolores Lee, Magdalen Redman, Ruth Richard, Dorothy Schroeder, Jean Smith, Dolly Vanderlip and Joanne Weaver, among others.
- "All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Players: Gertrude Dunn". 2005. Retrieved 2009-09-30.
- The Patriotic Pinch Hitter: Bill Allington's All-American Team
- "West Chester University Athletics - Gertrude Dunn Part of 50th Class Selected To National Lacrosse Hall of Fame". Retrieved 2009-09-30.
- "USA Field Hockey: Field Hockey Hall of Fame". Retrieved 2009-09-28.
- "Gertrude Dunn, 72; Women's Professional Baseball League Star". Los Angeles Times. October 2, 2004. Retrieved 2009-09-30.
- "National Lacrosse Hall of Fame: Gertrude Dunn". Retrieved 2009-09-30.