An outstanding player in his own right as a member of the national champion Phoenix Lettuce Kings in 1938 and a member of the two Arizona State and Regional championship teams. He was the first commissioner of girl’s softball in Arizona. In 1938-39, he arranged for the PBSW Ramblers and Cantaloupe Queens to play a series of games in New York’s famed Madison Square Garden. In 1938, he staged the first girl’s Invitational Tournament ever held in Nogales, Mexico. A long-ball hitting outfielder, he established a major league record when he clouted a single, double, triple and home-run in four
trips to the plate in a single game while playing for the Lettuce Kings.