Honoring 100th anniversary of Negro Leagues

While it is not likely to be a season where many fans will be able to cheer on their favorite baseball teams from the stands, there are other opportunities to celebration the great history of baseball.

The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues with a wonderful exhibit. The museum has limited hours at the moment and if you want to view the exhibits it’s best call the hall at its website athttps://www.mlb.com/reds/hall-of-fame   or by calling 866-800-1275.

Ronald Hawkins made the 2-1/2 hour trip from Bedford, Indiana, to the Hall and took  a few pictures:

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A longtime journalist, Ronald Hawkins is now turning his attention with the creation of this website to new worlds. Join him as the explorations begins. Invite him to give presentations on science fiction, the Beatles, history, movies, and more or hire him to write, take pictures, conduct interviews and more. He is also available as a writer, interviewer. photographer and videographer. Based in Bedford, Indiana.

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