San Francisco Giants coach Alyssa Nakken says she hopes to act as an inspiration to other women who want to get into the MLB. Nakken: "I was three weeks old when I went to my first Giants game, and I grew up about two hours away from San Francisco. My parents and family are just big Giants fans. This organisation has felt like family for a really long time. So to go on this journey with my family is really special and I think a huge benefit for me. It's an incredible honour that makes me so, so humble, then it's also lights this other fire within me that is like 'okay, I have this additional responsibility to ensure that I continue to help pave this path for many, many other women who are about to walk it'. I have a lot of work to do, a lot to learn, a lot of relationships to build, so here we go. But as I mentioned, I'm just incredibly honoured and humbled by this responsibility that I have."