(Reuters) – As she sat on a stool at home plate in Miami Marlins Park on Monday a message flashed onto the giant jumbotron behind the first woman general manager of a Major League Baseball team, “Welcome Kim Ng”.
Slideshow ( 5 images )Ng meanwhile had a message of her own: “Anything is possible.
That’s my message, anything is possible,” said the 51-year-old trailblazer.
“I fought hard for this,” Ng, who interviewed unsuccessfully for general manager jobs with the San Francisco Giants, Anaheim Angels, Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres, said at her introductory news conference on Monday.
It was about the women behind me, the women starting out in baseball.