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Baseball Hall of Fame Enshrines Jessica Mendoza's Trailblazing Baseball Moment

Jessica Mendoza is ESPN's first female MLB analyst. She recently made history when she became the first woman ever to call a postseason baseball game on national television. 

Her groundbreaking moment has gained a lot of attention across the country, both good and bad. She's made an appearance on "Good Morning America," but unfortunately has also been the target of sexist comments. 

Above all else, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York will feature Mendoza's signed scorecard from the American League wild card showdown, reported ESPN W.

Learn about another female trailblazer in baseball by getting to know Maria Pepe, Little League's first girl, in the video above. 

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