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Edythe Keating (Perlick)

Edythe Keating (Perlick)

Edythe Keating

Perlick
Edie
Chicago, IL  US
12/12/1922
02/27/2003
Right
Right
Player
Utility Outfield
All Star Team (1943, 1947, 1948), Racine Belles (1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950)

Edythe Keating Seasonal Batting Record

Year G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG
1943 84 310 56 83 10 4 1 42 55 22 10 .268
1944 116 423 51 97 7 2 2 63 52 30 9 .229
1945 107 389 47 83 4 7 2 41 44 25 14 .213
1946 112 431 72 99 6 8 4 56 88 37 17 .230
1947 112 436 62 104 11 6 2 39 83 21 19 .239
1948 111 415 55 101 11 3 2 51 82 39 28 .243
1949 99 364 38 93 3 9 2 41 44 33 18 .255
1950 110 409 64 101 10 7 3 59 33 34 23 .247

Profile Biography

One of the first four players signed to a contract, "Edie" was one of the league's top 20 all-time players. Perlick was a brilliant and heady leftfielder.  She had awesome speed on the bases, stealing 481 bases in her eight year career.    At bat she was a force to be reckoned with.  Edie's lifetime average was .240 with 761 hits which led to 445 runs scored,  including 18 home runs.  She also drove in 392 runs in her career which ended in 1950. Before joining the league she played for champion Rockolas in 1941. She went to school at DeKalb and majored in physical education. She also enjoyed tennis, golf, swimming, riding and bowling. She also played competitive volleyball and basketball. 

Edie played her entire career with her beloved teammates in Racine, WI.

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