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Causes And Effects Of The Creation Of All-American Girls Professional Baseball League

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What are some of the causes and effects of the creation of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League?

From 1943 to 1954 the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was a professional baseball league that was formed by a group of Mid-Western businessmen and Philip Wrigley as a way to make money and to prevent baseball from losing popularity in the U.S. during World War II. During the war the men’s professional teams were not able to play because the young men were at war. Large stadiums would be empty and lose money. By recruiting women, baseball games were able to continue to be played in the empty stadiums and baseball could continue to be a part of American entertainment. The AAGPBL made money for businessmen, it kept
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