Monday, September 2, 2019

Conner Prairie -Historic Baseball - Single Sheet

Conner Prairie in IN held a historic baseball game in honor of the Cincinnati Red's 150th year. It was a lot of fun. They used the terminology they used back then. They also wore uniforms for that time period. Back in that time period, they played in fields instead of a ball diamond. They didn't use mitts back then and the baseballs were bigger and softer.

They had a booth to join the Red's Hall of Fame, so we did. When you joined, you received 5 bobbleheads and a couple of yearbooks.

On the way home, we stopped at Hobby Lobby and O'Charley's for an early dinner.

I'll keep this in my Road Trips and Weekend Getaways Planner.  

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