Baseball Heritage Museum at League Park

Baseball Heritage Museum at League Park
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League Park was the site of the 1920 World Series, in which the Indians beat the Brooklyn Dodgers for their first ever championship. In the 1940s, the park also housed the Cleveland Rams – the last of a series of Cleveland professional football teams predating the Browns – and the Negro League’s Cleveland Buckeyes, Negro League champions in 1945. Much of the stadium was demolished in the early 1950s, when the site became a public park. However, a few remnants – including the baseball

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LOCATION

Baseball Heritage Museum at League Park

6601 Lexington Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103

ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE

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PUBLIC HOURS

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

Free