Quiz: Which “League Of Their Own” Character Are You?

You’ve binged “A League of Their Own” and now you are dying to know: which character from the Amazon Prime Video TV series “A League Of Their Own” are you?

Which League of Their Own Character Are You?

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  1. I got Carson and indeed deeply relate to the push-and-pull dynamic of being a recovering people pleaser but also someone who can be assertive/ambitious/stubbornly determined. If only I could throw a ball and take a few more risks.

  2. I got Max and I have never been more surprised, and yet, when I set my mind to something I generally become blind to all other things. Also, I have no idea who I really am without those obsessions. But goshdarnit, could I please also have some of her swag as well?????

  3. I finally finished the first season and therefore felt ready for this quiz and, while I thought I’d be Carson, I am not at all mad about being Greta! I have been called “too much” and have also been a homewrecker with avoidant attachment issues. So, scientifically this seems correct.

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