The first of five perfect games in the history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was pitched on July 29, 1944. Annabelle Lee, the aunt of future major leaguer Bill Lee, was a southpaw knuckleballer for the Minneapolis Millerettes, and she managed to stop the Kenosha Comets from reaching first base as the Millerettes trounced the Comets, 18-0.
2 thoughts on “This day in baseball: Annabelle Lee’s perfect game”
Five perfect games! Quite an achievement. Nice logo.
Thank you! I thought it was time for a refresh. 🙂