Talk:All-American Girls Professional Baseball League

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Possible Merger? I'm a noob. Completely. I just found a couple sub-pro ball players that played for a year or two and have a whole page dedicated to their biographies. Are all of them necessary? Is there a way to edit it down a bit? Do they need to have their pictures? Not trying to step on toes. I know that wikipedia is a user constructed site and I'm just making suggestions. Thanks. (talk) 18:20, 20 February 2014 (UTC)

It's 12 years, not 11[edit]

RE: "Only two teams stayed in their home cities for the full 11-year period...." I'm changing this to 12 years, which is the correct length. If 1943 was the first year of play, and 1954 the last, that makes 12 years. Elsquared (talk) 02:45, 6 April 2013 (UTC)

added to Legacy section[edit]

In the "Legacy" section, I added that AAGPBL player Annabelle Lee was the aunt of MLB pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee. Elsquared (talk) 05:43, 18 July 2015 (UTC)


The current article states: Salaries ranged from $45–$85 (or $615–$1162 in 2016 dollars) a week during the first years of play to as much as $125 (or $1140 in 2016 dollars) per week in later years."

That math doesn't work out - if $85 = $1162 in today's dollars, $125 should equal much more than $1140 in today's dollars.

Jnmwiki (talk) 18:53, 5 July 2016 (UTC)

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