Texas Rangers' Elvis Andrus slides safely into home plate to score as he is hit by a ball tossed to Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Brayan Villarreal from catcher Alex Avila during the seventh inning of a baseball game Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, in Arlington, Texas. Andrus scored on a wild pitch. The Rangers won 8-3. (AP Photo/LM Otero) game 113
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre (29) and second baseman Rougned Odor celebrate after scoring runs on Elvis Andrus' triple during the 5th inning against Boston Red Sox at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, Saturday, June 25, 2016. (Jae S. Lee/The Dallas Morning News)
Jovita Idar: She bucked the all-male rule at her father's newspapers in the early 1900s by writing about the horrid conditions under which Mexican-American children were being taught. During the Mexican Revolution, she exposed the Texas Rangers for lynching scores of children, women & men who were crossing the border to seek refuge. During this time, she also organized The White Cross to aid the wounded in both the US and Mexico. Later, she co-founded The League of Mexican Women.