A member of the first women's pro baseball league that inspired a Hollywood movie has died.
FOX's Lisa Lacerra reports:
Lucille Richards was a shortstop for the Racine Belles and the South Bend Blue Sox in 1945 as part of the first women's pro baseball league that was the inspiration for the movie 'A League of their Own':
(Tom Hanks) "Are you crying? Are you crying? There's no crying... There's no crying in baseball."
The former Lucille Stone grew up in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood and was an avid Red Sox fan. Her son Jon Richards saying his mother died at a rehab facility on Cape Cod. She was 90.
Lisa Lacerra, FOX News.