WHITE MARSH, Md. (WJZ) — A league of their own. A Baltimore travel baseball team is making history in more ways than one.

Jessica Kartalija has more.

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A Little League team with major league dreams.

“We’ve struggled at the beginning of the season but now we’re starting to gel and we’re excited to go to Cooperstown,” said Coach Brent Nickels.

Cooperstown is home to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

“Going back to the roots of baseball, it will be interesting and fun to see,” Nickels said.

That’s what people are saying about the White Marsh Warriors: they’re interesting and fun to see—thanks in part to one of their star players.

“Right now they’re looking at her and they’ll say, `Oh, wow, she can throw pretty fast. I don’t know if I can hit this,'” said player Marlon Smith.

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On the mound, Jules Donnelly is intimidating but modest.

“I am one of the other guys but I have a ponytail,” she said.

She’s also the first female player from the White Marsh Baseball League headed to Cooperstown to play ball.

“I have had a whole bunch of little sisters from other teams come over to me and say, `Hey, I think it’s great that you are playing and you can show boys up,'” she said.

Now the team has to show up. To get to the week-long tournament in Cooperstown, they need to raise almost $30,000.

“We’ve put a lot of effort into fundraising,” the coach said. “Still a little short but we are looking for help out there to get us over the hump.”

They’re still about $8,000 short and are hoping bingo on Saturday night will be a grand slam.

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Friday night, the team will hold a bingo night and are hoping to get about 400 people to attend. For more information and to make a donation to the team, click here.