Effa Manley (1900-81), who was co-owner of the Newark Eagles of the Negro Leagues in the 1930s and 1940s, was the first woman inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006.
Nothing is keeping her from it. A woman once pitched in the Minor Leagues.
Not an official one, but women's pro football leagues exist around the country.
Baseball is open to both men and women. But it is very difficult for a woman to make it very far in baseball because of softball, though some woman have played in the Major Leagues and the Negro leagues. Little league baseball is open to both genders, and schools are required to allow women to play on a baseball team if that school does not have a softball team.
The first woman president was Annie Besant.
Jan Eberly was the first Woman elected as National FFA President in 1982.
The first womens Baseball player was Philip K. Wrigley
Effa Manley was the first woman inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006. She was the co-owner (with her husband Abe) of the Newark Eagles in the Negro Leagues from 1935 to 1946. After Abe's death she became the sole owner through 1948.
it was rebbeca hasher.