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There’s something special about a woman who dominates in a man’s world. It takes a certain grace, strength, intelligence, fearlessness and the nerve to never take no for an answer.
Tatyana would like to walk on a basketball or baseball team in college, but none of the schools to which she’s applied has a woman on the baseball roster. Her parents would like for her to blaze that trail, but she’s not sure if she’s up for it.
Adamson must win one of its last two games to make the playoffs. Either way, her days in shin guards may be growing short. If this it, she said, she’ll miss baseball.
And she gave the game something to remember.
“She’s amazing,” said her boyfriend, Julian Carranza. “She’s outstanding. I look at the guys and lot of times she’s the best one out there.”
He thought a moment.
“Cool to see. Girl with the guys.”
Adamson High School senior Tatyana Beltran (2), looks back as she walks off the field saying goodbye to her coach and teammates after Adamson defeated Spruce High School 16 to 5, on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at Spruce High School in Dallas. Beltran, 18, has been playing baseball since the age of 9; some of her current teammates grew-up with her playing baseball. Beltran pitches, plays in-field at third base, catches, and isn’t afraid to get hit by a pitch for she was hit twice on Tuesday without attempting to dodge the ball. (Ben Torres / Special Contributor)
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