In the 1950’s, girls were not allowed to participate in Little Leagues Baseball, but one little girl found her away around that rule. Kathryn Johnson, aka Tubby, was a very good baseball player and the rules were not stopping her from playing. She cut her hair short and tucked the rest of it into her hat. Then she tried out and made the King's Dairy team in N.Y. The team’s audience grew due to the fact there was a girl playing. In 51’ the officials made things official, no more girls.