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Magdalen Redman

Magdalen Redman

Magdalen Redman

Magdalen Redman

Magdalen Redman

Profile Information

  • Maiden Name:
  • Nickname: "Mamie"
  • Hometown: Waupun, WI (US)
  • Throwing Hand: Right
  • Batting Hand: Right
  • Born: July 2, 1930
  • Died: August 22, 2020

Magdalen RedmanHistory

Team Position Uniform #
1948 Kenosha Comets Outfield & Pitcher 19
1949 Kenosha Comets Catcher
1950 Grand Rapids Chicks Catcher 14
1951 Grand Rapids Chicks Catcher 16
1952 Grand Rapids Chicks Catcher 14
1953 Grand Rapids Chicks Catcher 17
1954 Grand Rapids Chicks Catcher 15

Magdalen Marie Redman, 90, passed away on Saturday, August 22, 2020.


She was born July 2, 1930 in Waupun, WI, the daughter of Edna (Schlieve) and Everett "Ted"(Garrett) Redman, and was an Oconomowoc resident most of her adult life.


Mamie graduated from UW-Oshkosh with a major in mathematics, and minors in physical education and biology.  She taught math for 37 years at Valders, Mukwonago, and Oconomowoc High Schools, and also coached a variety of high school sports. 


Mamie loved playing any sport including golf, softball, bowling, and especially baseball.


She was a member of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) since 1948 when she began her career playing for the Kenosha Comets.  She then played for the Grand Rapids Chicks from 1950-1954, and as a traveling all-star in 1956.  Mamie was a utility player at most positions, but excelled as a catcher. She is a member of the Waupun High School Hall of Fame, the Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame, the Wall of Honor at Miller Park, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.  She was also an accomplished golfer for many years and was a member at Lac La Belle Golf Course.


Mamie was a member of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Oconomowoc where she taught adult bible studies, youth confirmation classes, and sang in the choir.  She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, traveling, reading, and the outdoors.  She was extremely generous to a number of charitable organizations. 


Mamie was preceded in death by her parents, her two sisters, two brothers-in-law and a niece-in-law. She is survived by seven nieces and nephews.


The family would like to thank the staff at Lake Country Landing, Shorehaven Skilled Nursing, and Vitas Hospice, as well as special friends DJ, Sue, and Judy for their compassion, kindness, care, and support.   Due to the Covid-19 pandemic private services will be held at Schmidt and Bartelt Funeral Home in Oconomowoc and Mamie will be laid to rest at Forest Mound Cemetery in Waupun.


Please visit Schmidt and Bartelt Funeral Home to offer online condolences. 


Memorial contributions in Mamie’s memory can be directed to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) or to Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Alleluia Choir.

Author: Dana Krejcarek

Contributed By: Merrie Fidler

Copyright: Schmidt and Bartelt Funeral Home


LeagueBatting Record

Year Ga AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG
1948 49 121 6 12 1 0 0 4 3 9 26 .099
1949 66 134 15 20 1 0 0 3 2 27 16 .149
1950 35 77 7 10 1 0 0 5 1 8 11 .130
1951 31 96 3 10 1 0 0 8 1 14 7 .104
1952 43 114 7 25 1 0 0 4 2 16 14 .219
1953 70 199 13 37 4 0 0 19 1 33 15 .186
1954 75 177 39 44 6 2 2 20 0 55 12 .249

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