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E:60 Chelsea Baker (narrated by Geena Davis)

The best player on the Plant City Little League Team, is a 13- year-old girl named Chelsea Baker. Taught the knuckleball by Joe Niekro, Chelsea has not lost a sanctioned game in four years.

This 13-year-old is bringing new meaning to the phrase “throw like a girl.”
02:12 | 07/23/2010 courtesy of
Chelsea Baker: One of Little League’s Best Pitchers

By DAVE NICHOLSON | The Tampa Tribune

Published: July 23, 2010

PLANT CITY – Chelsea Baker, a 13-year-old Plant City Little League pitcher who has thrown two perfect games in a year, got some nationwide TV exposure this week.

She was profiled by ESPN‘s primetime newsmagazine “E:60” that aired for the first time July 20. The segment will air again periodically on ESPN and ESPN Classic, and also is available at….

Her story is narrated by actress Geena Davis, who said Chelsea’s tale was magical, including her knack for “baffling and befuddling the boys.”

“Chelsea Baker is the only girl on an all-boys Little League team,” Davis said in the 10-minute profile. “At age 13 she may be the best Little League pitcher in the country. She has not lost a game in four years.”

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12-year-old N.J. Little Leaguer throws perfect game against all-boys team.

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Denise J. Saul is the Founder/President of WSEN-Women's Sports & Entertainment Network.

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