|1944 Minneapolis Millerettes||Shortstop||12|
|1945 Fort Wayne Daisies||Second Base||12|
|1945 South Bend Blue Sox||Second Base||Unknown|
|1946 Racine Belles||Shortstop & Third Base||8|
|1947 Racine Belles||Third Base & Outfield||8|
|1948 Racine Belles||Shortstop||8|
|1949 Racine Belles||Shortstop||8|
|1950 Racine Belles||Shortstop||8|
Betty "Moe" Trezza was a seven-year veteran multi-talented infielder/outfielder, She played in Minneapolis, MN, Fort Wayne, IN, South Bend, IL, and Racine, WI, from 1944 through 1950.
Over her professional career with the AAGPBL, she played in 717 games scoring 331 runs on 444 hits for 2566 turns at bat.
Her teammates credit her with great speed on the bases and a sure glove and quick reflexes in the field.
Moe was one of the AAGPBL players to participate on the South American Winter Tour in 1948-49. It was reported that she played extremely well during these games.
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Betty Trezza, who played for the AAGPBL Racine Belles in the mid-40s, died January 16, 2007 at the age of 81 at her home in Brooklyn, N.Y. Betty was one of 12 children and was a native of Brooklyn. She began the first of season her seven year career playing for the All--American Girls Professional Baseball League at the age of 17 after being recruited by the Minneapolis Millerettes in 1944. Minneapolis was moved to Fort Wayne in 1945 and Betty spent half the season in Ft Wayne and half in South Bend with the Blue Sox.
The highlight of her career took place in 1946 while playing for the Racine Belles. Trezza drove in the winning run in the 16th inning of the sixth game of the championship series against the Rockford Peaches scoring Sophie Kurys, and winning the game and the Championship for Racine.
Betty was a vibrant, loving woman who represented the AAGPBL Players Association in many ways,. She was present at the unveiling of the exhibit recognizing the League as a part of baseball history at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 1988. She was also honored by the Women's Sports Foundation and Billie Jean King at the annual Salute to Women in Sports in New York City in 2005. She will be missed and remembered by us all.
Author: Douglas Martin, The New York Times, NY
Contributed By: Sue Macy
Copyright: The New York Times, NY