Baseball Girls (1996) - Watch Online. Directed by Lois Siegel

Genres Documentary    
IMDb rating
Country Canada
Language English
Runtime 82 min
Plot From 7-year-olds playing baseball, learning the rules of the game, to 60-year-olds playing slo-pitch softball, "Baseball Girls" explores the private and professional lives of women obsessed with the sport they love. Using animation, archival stills and live-action footage, this zany and affectionate feature documentary details the history of women's participation in the largely male-dominated world of baseball and softball... search for Baseball Girls on IMDb

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