Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
Established in 1990, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is designated by the United States Congress as “America’s Home for Negro Leagues Baseball History.” It is more than a cultural facility that chronicles history, it inspires. It does more than explain, it conveys the human struggle, the victories and setbacks of overcoming social adversity, as seen through the eyes of those who lived it. It is a wonderful place to learn about history, heroes and home runs, but more importantly, it is a place to learn about humanity.
Bob Kendrick, President
Raymond Doswell, Ed.D., Vice President of Curatorial Services
Film footage provided courtesy of MLB Network Television.
Special Thanks to:
Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball Players Association
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
MLB Network Television
National Baseball Hall of Fame
Society for American Baseball Research
H & H Communications
Ebbets Field Flannels