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#Blogathon: Museums I Recommend to any Baseball Fan


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Before I wrote about a few museums I need to see. Well there are a few that I have seen that I would highly recommend to anyone that hasn’t.

3. Ty Cobb Museum, Royston, GA

This is a great little museum in a cool little town in Georgia. I highly recommend anyone in the area to stop in and check it out.

2. Louisville Slugger Museum, Louisville, KY

This is a must see for any baseball fan. Take the tour and then view the museum and see some of the bats from some of the greats.

1. Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame (formally the Legends of the Game Museum), Arlington, TX

This is a great addition to the Ballpark in Arlington. If you are ever in the area for a game or just near the stadium, stop in and check out the museum. It’s well worth the trip.

What museums do you recommend to others?

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#Blogathon: Top Museums I Need to See


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There are some great baseball museums out there. Some I have seen, and others I haven’t, yet.

Here are a few that I haven’t seen yet and really want to.

3. Alabama Sports Museum/Rickwood Field, Birmingham, AL

Rickwood Field is the oldest surviving professional baseball park having been built in 1910. Add in the Alabama Sports Museum and you have quite a combination.

2. Negro Leagues Museum, Kansas City, MO

This is one of the best museums in the country. Sadly I have not been able to get to Kansas City on anything other than a business trip in the past.

1. Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY

That’s right. I haven’t been to the granddaddy of them all. This is definitely a trip that needs to happen soon.

Honorable Mention

There are a lot of good ones out there including Ted Williams Museum, St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame, Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards.

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