This past week, we celebrated former MLB great Jackie Robinson.
Robinson opened the door for players of all races to play in the MLB. Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle believes another barrier will soon be broken in America's pastime.
Coach Hurdle thinks that the next big step is the addition of women to Major League Baseball.
"I still believe firmly there is going to be a day where there is a female player in the big leagues. I got that. Where it goes, I don't know. I don't believe I'll be in the dugout to see it," said coach Hurdle.
His thought process isn't too far off. It wasn't too long ago when Mo'Ne Davis dominated the Little League World Series. Sarah Hudek, who pitched for the U.S. in the Pan Am Games last summer, earned her first win as a reliever in college baseball two months ago.