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Baseball History as American History: Lost Stories of Influential Ballplayers

Kiersten McMahon, Austin Hawkins, Gabe Foltz, Hannah Young, Tyler Storm, Miranda Nelson, Authors

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Toni Stone After Baseball

After retiring from baseball, Toni Stone moved to Oakland, California to care for her sick husband. In 1990, Stone's home town, St. Paul, declared March 6th "Toni Stone Day." In 1993 she was inducted into the Women's Sports Hall of Fame, and in 1996, Toni Stone passed away in a nursing home at age 75. St. Paul dedicated a field to Toni Stone in 1997. 

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