Louisville Slugger museum set-up at weekend homestand

CLEVELAND, OH - If you're heading to the Indians game this weekend for the homestand against Detroit, get ready to experience some baseball history. The Louisville Slugger Mobile Museum will be there. 

You can see bat making demonstrations, and even hold bats used by Tribe greats like Jim Thome and Sandy Alomar. 

“Between winning the American League pennant in 2016 and leading the American League Central division right now, Cleveland fans are some of the most energized fans in baseball, and we can’t wait to join them,” said Anne Jewell, Executive Director at Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. “We’re bringing an extensive collection of Tribe baseball memorabilia and interactive fun for baseball fans of all ages.”   

There will also be Signature Rubbing Boards allowing fans to make their own souvenir rubbing from the branded signatures of the Tribe’s greatest players.  It’s a mobile museum version of Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory’s esteemed Signature Wall.

For information on tickets and pricing visit the mobile museum site by clicking here

(Photo provided by the Louisville Slugger Mobile Museum)

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