Hey, baseball fans! Did you know Cleveland had a Baseball Heritage Museum where you can browse photos, old newspaper clippings, programs, uniforms, posters, letters and other artifacts of baseball’s past? You can steep yourself in a distant time when the game was less glitzy but fans were more passionate. Learn about the contributions of the Latin, Caribbean, Negro, Barnstormer, Industrial and women’s leagues, each with a fascinating history of its own, and meet the sport’s unsung heroes.
The Baseball Heritage Museum moved in 2014 from its 17-year location in the 5th Street Arcades to historical League Park in the Hough neighborhood, home to more than half a dozen teams including the Indians over the first half og the 20th century. The museum is open from 10am-2pm on Saturdays.
6601 Lexington Ave.