Leigh Castergine was the first woman to become a Senior Vice President in the Front Office of the Mets, a once-beloved, but now losing Major League Baseball team in New York. She was in charge of ticket sales and was rewarded over the years for innovations and successes to the tune of multiple $50,000 raises and a $125,000 bonus. But she met her glass ceiling when she, an unmarried woman, announced her pregnancy in 2013.
Joanna L. Grossman and Deborah L. Brake,
If She Don’t Win It’s a Shame: Female Executive Sues New York Mets for Pregnancy Discrimination Verdict
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