"He said Mrs Blair, we're gonna pay her $65 a week to play professional baseball. My mother said to my father, George, crank up the car I'm gonna pack her suitcase, she's on the next train because I was going to make more money then my father," said Maybelle Blair, who played in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.
The days of playing on the field for the AAGPBL were nearly 60 years ago, but reunions with each other have become an annual thing.
"We've stayed friends, it's just like family. You're just so glad to see everybody every year and get together and talk over old times. It's just like you've never even left," said Mary Moore, who played second base.
This year's reunion is based in Syracuse, but the ladies made a stop at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown on Friday.
Part of the day included celebrating the 20th anniversary of the movie "A League of Their Own."
And to help celebrate was Megan Cavanagh, who played Marla Hooch in the film.
"Young women come up to me in grocery stores all over the United States and go oh my god, you're Marla Hooch! You're in that movie I watch it everyday, my softball team watches it before every game! Everyone loved that movie," said Cavanagh.
Along with Megan getting to see her old outfit on display at the museum for the first time, the women had the chance to tour the "Diamond Dreams" exhibit.
From finding their names on the league list, to looking through old photographs, it was a day at the Hall of Fame that went hand in hand with their passion for baseball.