Vivian Sheriffs (Anderson)
Vivian Sheriffs Seasonal Batting Record
"Andy," a vivacious third sacker with her hometown Milwaukee Chicks, enjoyed just a short stint in the AAGPBL because she fractured two fingers of her right hand in the 11th game of the 1944 season. When she joined the league, she was married to Daniel Anderson, thus the nickname "Andy." They were divorced shortly after the end of WWII and she resumed use of her maiden name.
After leaving the league, she spent the next 36 years playing field hockey, semi-pro and amateur baseball. A talented bowler for 50 years, she also belonged to the 600 club. She played two years (1945 & 1946) with the Chicago Bluebirds. In 2001 her name was put on the Wall of Honor inside the Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a few other All-American players. She worked for decades as a dispatcher for a Waukesha Moving Company.