A program signed by All-American Girls Professional Baseball League alumni and a tennis racket signed by Chris Evert are auctioned at the Women’s Sports Museum Kick-Off Gala on Saturday in Sarasota.
A program signed by All-American Girls Professional Baseball League alumni and a tennis racket signed by Chris Evert are auctioned at the Women’s Sports Museum Kick-Off Gala on Saturday in Sarasota. David Wilson dwilson@bradenton.com
A program signed by All-American Girls Professional Baseball League alumni and a tennis racket signed by Chris Evert are auctioned at the Women’s Sports Museum Kick-Off Gala on Saturday in Sarasota. David Wilson dwilson@bradenton.com

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