History Of Softball Part 7 with Dot Richardson

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History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson Part 7

Welcome to part 7 in my series on the History of Softball with Dr. Dot Richardson. On this episode Dot is joined by 2-Time Olympian Michele Smith. Follow along as they discuss her career and journey into fastpitch softball. She has been ESPN's lead college softball color analyst since 1998. In 2012, Smith became the first woman to serve as commentator for a nationally-televised Major League Baseball game.

A special thanks to Alison Strange for all her help and advice on this project. And The National Softball Hall Of Fame in Oklahoma City, OK. – Produced By Gary Leland

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