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At the MLB All-Star Game: Traveling Hall of Fame Museum Shows Ruth, Williams, Robinson Items PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Sunday, 10 July 2011 17:45

Phoenix – With the All-Star Game being hosted two years in a row from the West Coast, the traveling museum of the Baseball Hall of Fame has a bit more significance. Sure, anyone can fly anywhere these days, but if you live on the East Coast, your odds of getting to Cooperstown are a bit higher.

This year, the Hall of Fame packed some great pieces, including a Babe Ruth jersey, Ted Williams bat, and Napoleon LaJoie jersey, just to name a few. Here’s the items:

Jackie Robinsion Cap
Williams bat
Ted Williams bat
Ruth jersey
Babe Ruth jersey
Lajoie Jersey
Nepolean Lajoie Jersey

Maury Brown will be reporting till Weds from the All-Star Game festivities

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