“From Factory to Field: The Dream of Baseball in Birmingham”

In celebration of Rickwood Field’s centennial, Vulcan Park and Museum has announced the April 1 opening of its newest exhibition, “From Factory to Field: The Dream of Baseball in Birmingham.”

From our friends at Vulcan Park comes this information:

Celebrate 100 Years of Baseball in Birmingham
 

From Factory to Field: The Dream of Baseball in Birmingham
Linn-Henley Gallery at Vulcan Park and Museum 

On View April 1 – October 3, 2010
 
From Factory to Field LogoIn celebration of Rickwood Field’s 100th Anniversary, Vulcan Park and Museum presents From Factory to Field: The Dream of Baseball in Birmingham. This fascinating exhibition recounts the rise of baseball in Birmingham’s sandlots and company towns and takes visitors through the heyday of professional baseball with the Barons and Black Barons.

 

Join us as we step back in time to explore how baseball has mirrored and transformed this city over the last century.

 

Admission is included with entrance to Vulcan Park and Museum. $6 Adults; $4 Ages 5 – 12; FREE for Kids 4 and under and Vulcan Members!

 
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~ by rickwood on March 30, 2010.

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