Chicago Baseball Museum

November 28, 2007 A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization   VOLUME 2007 ISSUE 4  
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Museum Acquires Collection from MLB Historian
Haunted Baseball
You Never Forget Your First Game
Jack Quinlan
Visionary Chicago Baseball Museum
23rd Annual Cubs Convention
SoxFest 2008
Artist Draws on Baseball for Inspiration
The Final Season
Pitch & Hit Club
Harry Caray: Voice of the Fans
Fan Submission
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Museum Acquires Collection from MLB Historian
Designates Jerome Holtzman Education and Research Center

Famed Chicago sports writer and MLB historian, Jerome Holtzman. The Chicago Baseball Museum announced the acquisition of its first major collection.
You Never Forget Your First Game
by Dan Baron

Wrigley Field Thirty-seven years have passed since I went to my first game at Wrigley Field with my twin brother Rob, my dad and my mom. I ask Rob who the Cubs played that day, and of course he knows.
Visionary Chicago Baseball Museum
Preliminary Concept Studies by RGLA

Visionary Chicago Baseball Museum. The Chicago Baseball Museum's visionary concept was designed by Chicago-based design firm, RGLA Solution, Inc.
Artist Draws on Baseball for Inspiration

Chicago baseball has always been a part of Grant Smith's life.
The Final Season

In the small town of Norway, Iowa, everyone comes together for high school baseball. But life throws curve balls; and the passionate young players, rookie coach Kent Stock (Sean Astin), and the hometown fans find that life’s greatest challenges strike off the diamond. The Final Season is the true story of a coach who inspired his team and brought hope to a town when they needed it most.
Chicago White Sox Trade
What do you think of the White Sox trading Jon Garland for Orlando Cabrera?
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