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Carl Hubbell Museum

Memorabilia of baseball Hall-of-Famer and left-handed "screwball" pitcher who played with the New York Giants from 1928-1943 is displayed here. Hubbell, who moved to Meeker with his parents at age one, is most noted for his feats in the 1934 All Star Game at the old Polo Grounds ballpark in New York. He struck out five Hall of Fame players in a row including Lou Gehrig, Jimmy Foxx, Babe Ruth, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin. He is credited with developing a new pitch called the "screwball" which has the opposite movement from a curveball.

Open daily. Closed holidays. Handicapped accessible. Donations accepted.

Location: PO Box 186, W Main, City hall, Meeker Oklahoma 74855 Telephone 405-279-3321

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