A Little Bit of History: North Carolina Baseball Museum

The North Carolina Baseball Museum includes over 3300 square feet of Baseball memorabilia related to the game and players across North Carolina.

Memorabilia represents ball players including Catfish Hunter, Hoyt Wilhelm, Gaylord Perry, Enos Slaughter, Rick Ferrell, and Buck Leonard.

Several of the players featured actually played at Fleming Stadium, including Ted Williams, Richie Ashburn, and Robin Roberts.

Exhibits include their Hall of Fame, Major League, Minor League, Negro League, college, and high school baseball.

Stop by the North Carolina Baseball Museum, located in Fleming Stadium — home of the Wilson Tobs, at 300 Stadium Street, Wilson, North Carolina.

The museum is open year round. For more information and hours, visit their website at ncbaseballmuseum.com, or call 252.399.2261.



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