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Elizabeth Fabac-Bretting
AAGPBL - 2nd base for the Kenosha Comets from 1945-1948
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Elizabeth Fabac [Bretting] was an infielder who played from 1945 through 1948 in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Listed at 5 ft 3 in, 115 lb., she batted and threw right-handed. During her four years in the AAGPBL, Fabac played excellent defense at second base and twice led the circuit in fielding average at her position. Overall, she committed 43 errors in 1189 total chances for a .950 career average. A disciplined hitter with great knowledge of the strike zone, she posted a career 1.26 BB/K, having the ability to consistently hit the ball hard to all fields. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Betty Fabac started playing on a softball league in Detroit, where an AAGPBL scout asked her to come to the league. She attended spring training at Opa-locka, Florida in 1945 and was assigned to the Kenosha Comets, playing for them through the 1948 season. In her rookie season, Fabac collected a .199 batting average with a .286 on-base percentage and fielded her position well. The next year she broke her ankle during the first week of playing, when a girl jumped on it trying to break up a double play at second base. 
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  • Betty Fabac
  • Betty Bretting
April 6th, 1922 in   /  Died:   Sep 8th, 2007
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