Sports Legends Museum
120 years ago on Friday, the world’s greatest baseball player was born in Baltimore.
It has been more than four decades since the Orioles clinched a division title at home.
The first ball Babe Ruth hit over the fence in Yankee Stadium and his 1918 contract with the Boston Red Sox are among about three dozen Ruth-related items scheduled for auction in Baltimore.
March 29, 1984. If you were in Baltimore, you’ll never forget what happened on that night–the snow, the Mayflower vans, a city left with a broken heart.
An historic, cultural, literary town, Baltimore has something to offer everyone. Take a day this fall or winter and enjoy the city.
Here are four suggestions on where to spend four days experiencing Baltimore.
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Christopher Andersen. They talked about his book, “These Few Precious Days: The Final Year of Jack with Jackie.” Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about a visit by Brian Billick to the Sports Legends Museum.
Don Scott has Coffee With former astronaut James Reilly. Mike Schuh has People Are Talking about the Neil Leifer Sports Photography Exhibit.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Mindless Behavior. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Orioles excitement at the Sports Legends Museum.
Former Orioles & current Giants broadcaster Jon Miller joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the Orioles’ hot start to the season and his appearance at 5 p.m. at Enoch Pratt Library downtown.
The Sports Legends Museum has a new Ravens exhibit! Also, we have great ideas for food for a Ravens party.
Are you looking for the best sports exhibits in Baltimore? Try the Babe Ruth Museum or the Sports Legends Museum.