Temecula’s Kelsie Whitmore (middle, standing) signed with the Portland Pickles to continue her baseball career. Valley News/Courtesy photo
In another major move for Temecula’s Kelsie Whitmore who has made waves in the world of baseball as a female player, she is continuing her quest to keep playing the sport she loves, at an elevated level. It was announced last week that Whitmore has signed with the International All-Stars for the Portland Pickles, joining the squad as the first female player in the team’s history. Kelsie, who is also is a part of Team USA Women’s Baseball, played baseball in the Temecula Valley through her high school years and was a standout asset for the softball team at Cal State Fullerton where she was named Big West Field Player of the Year as a senior this past year. Whitmore also played for the Sonoma Stompers, an independent baseball team from the Pacific Association of Professional Basebal
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