That's the headline for the obituary in the Chronicle, and kudos to them: not modifying it to "pitcher of women's baseball league," as the NY Times did. Just "baseball pitcher." With a lifetime ERA of 1.83.
My favorite story that I found poking around was that she, Dorothy Wiltse as was, met her husband, on shore leave from the Navy, when he came to a double-header where she pitched and won both games for the Fort Wayne Daisies. He and a buddy brought her and her roommate a case of beer. He asked Dottie if she'd like to play golf the next day. And so she took up golf and got married in 1946.
Oh, and in 1948 she pitched until she was four months pregnant. Or six. Accounts vary.