GAME ON: An Exhibit of Black Baseball History in America

Did you know baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson was a native of Cairo, Georgia, and played at Augusta’s Jennings Stadium twice early on in his career, once with the Indianapolis Clowns in 1950, and again in 1951? If you want to learn more about Robinson’s connection to Augusta, and other African America baseball giants who are a part of the history of America’s favorite past-time, visit the Georgia Heritage Room on the third floor of the Augusta Public Library to view our newest exhibit, on loan from local baseball collectors and historians, Lamar Garrard and Milledge Murray.

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