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Australian Signs with Japanese Pro Women’s Baseball League

Australian Signs with Japanese Pro Women’s Baseball League

Press Release by Australian Baseball Federation

Shae Lillywhite has signed with the Japanese Women’s Baseball League, becoming the first International player to do so.

Lillywhite, from Victoria, is a five time Team Australia representative and one of a group of Australian players who are taking Women’s Baseball to the next level.

Speaking to the Herald Sun, Shae said; “I am very lucky. I am going to be the first international player to get a contract.  A lot of people don’t realise women play. They think it is softball but there are huge opportunities for women now. I just love the game. You always keep learning every time you play and the best part is being in a team.”

Shae will now move to Tokyo for her six month contract and play infront of sell-out crowds in Japan.

Baseball Australia congratulates Shae on paving the way, not only for Australia’s female players, but for the International women’s baseball community.

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