Baseball Heritage Museum to play host to fall ball games at League Park

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The Baseball Heritage Museum, recently relocated to the renovated League Park in Cleveland’s Hough Neighborhood, will play host to Fall Baseball games on Sunday afternoon.

Fans can watch youth teams (17 and under and 14/15 and under) play our national pastime on the site where Babe Ruth, Tris Speaker and Cy Young, among others, once played. Admission is free, though donations to the Baseball Heritage Museum are welcome. The address for League Park is 6601 Lexington Ave., Cleveland. Gates open at 9AM.

Baseball Heritage Museum will be open throughout the day. It is located in the League Park Complex. It is free to the public. The Museum will be holding a silent auction throughout both games.

Visit the museum website: www.BaseballHeritageMuseum.org; and for more on the Baseball Heritage Museum and its recent relocation, click here.

The Museum will be open every Saturday during the calendar year from 10am-2pm.

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