WHITING | Plans to open a museum in the city that would have provided a history of all Chicago baseball teams — professional, college, Negro League, women's baseball and 16-inch softball — have died.
CHICAGO | It was 1951, and Nathan "Sonny" Weston was a 19-year-old recent graduate of Bloom Township staring down his big break: an invitation to spring training with the Brooklyn Dodgers. He remembers summoning his courage to approach Jackie Robinson in the dugout.
Toni Stone's desire to play baseball was so strong that when her parents expressed concerns she'd never be able to make a living doing so, she told her parish priest that she was going to run away.
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