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  • Safety in softball: Missouri RHP Tori Finucane explains why she now wears a facemask

    Missouri pitcher Tori Finucane was injured by a batted ball last May and now wears a protective face mask in the field. She is part of a growing trend of players opting for safety over style and convention.

Missouri pitcher Tori Finucane was injured by a batted ball last May and now wears a protective face mask in the field. She is part of a growing trend of players opting for safety over style and convention. tpalmer@kcstar.com
Missouri pitcher Tori Finucane was injured by a batted ball last May and now wears a protective face mask in the field. She is part of a growing trend of players opting for safety over style and convention. tpalmer@kcstar.com

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