Official Season 2000 Cosmic Team Roster
Player Position
Helena Blavatsky Centerfield
Lila Brik Pitcher
Helene Cixous Thirdbase
Hillary Clinton Secondbase
Tina Akers Compton Rightfield
Emily Dickinson Infield
Isadora Duncan Outfield
Frances Farmer Leftfield
Zelda Fitzgerald Pitcher
Janice Halpert Infield
Evelyn Johnson Pitcher
Sharon Lopatka Catcher
Courtney Love Pitcher
June Miller Pitcher
Sylvia Plath Pitcher
Lissa Roche Shortstop
Lou Andreas Salome Pitcher
Edie Sedgwick Pitcher
Uma Thurman Firstbase
Team Management
Anne Sexton Manager
Marge Schott Coach
Hannah Arendt G.M.
Yoko Ono Owner
Virgin Fields Home Field
italics indicates ROOKIE
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Starting Lineup

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Field Manager

Anne Sexton


Marge Schott

General Manager

Hannah Arendt

Team Owner

Yoko Ono

Other Rosters, Stats

The Vestal Virgins were created in Maryland on July 15, 1982. The team represents interesting women and assignment to the roster is restricted to women only. The Virgins have been to the Cosmic Universal Series twice. The first time was in 1986 when they defeated the Telecity Superbas in four straight games. The Virgins' second trip to the CUS ended in defeat when they lost to the now deactivated Pianoburg Pianists in seven games.

Season 2000 brings a new field manager to the team in the person of poet Anne Sexton who is a former pitcher for the Virgins. Rookies this season include pitcher Edie Sedgwick of Andy Warhol film fame, Evelyn Johnson a pioneer woman aviator, and shortstop Lissa Roche who killed herself after revealing she had had an affair with her husband's father.

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Vestal Virgins- Season 2000 Official Team Roster
Published: January 16, 2000
Revised: March 5, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by the Cosmic Baseball Association