DNAInfo Reporter Linze Rice: The Cubs Weren’t The Only Pennant-Winning team at Wrigley in ’45

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Ex-professional women's professional baseball player Rosie Gacioch is shown in this undated handout photo. She played for the Rockford Peaches of the All-American Girls Baseball League from 1945 to 1954 and helped inspire the 1992 film ``A League of Their Own.'' (AP Photo/Macomb Daily)

Bill and Wendy are joined in the studio by DNAInfo reporter and producer, Linze Rice, to talk about her recent piece ‘In 1945, The Cubs Weren’t The Only Pennant-Winning Ballclub Wrigley Owned’. The piece focuses on the success of the Rockford Peaches, who were also housed at Wrigley Field. The Rockford Peaches were made most popular by the film ‘A League of Their Own’.

 

 

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