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The museum recounts the formation and history of the Negro Baseball League prior to 1945 when Jackie Robinson was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Displays include pennants, autographed baseballs, photographs, biographies and an 8-minute videotape about the league that is narrated by anchorman Bernard Shaw. Closed holidays.

Location: 1604 E 18th Street, Kansas City Missouri 64108 Telephone 816-221-1920

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(North Kansas City) AMF Pro Bowl Lanes
(Parkville) English Landing Park
(Kearney) Guy B. Park Conservation Area
(Lees Summit) James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area
(Kansas City) Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
(McLouth) Old School Guide Service

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