Louisville Slugger Museum brings Interactive fan exhibit to Cleveland’s 2020 Tribe Fest | Local Sports News


CLEVELAND — The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory will hit the road with an interactive baseball experience, created exclusively for fans attending the 2020 Tribe Fest Feb. 1 at the Cleveland Convention Center.

The interactive “Mobile Museum” is highlighted by the Silver Slugger Award of Carlos Santana, which will be available for fan photos. In addition, there will be bat-making demonstrations, where the museum showcases the “old-fashioned” way of making a bat by hand.

Other highlights include game-used bats from Indians’ legends, free museum passes, game-worn Kenny Lofton jersey, Cleveland Indians LEGO helmet, fun family photo opportunities with the museum’s giant five-foot bat and oversized glove.

There will also be signature rubbing boards allowing fans to make their own souvenir rubbing from the branded signatures of Cleveland’s greatest players. It’s a mobile museum version of Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory’s esteemed Signature Wall.

“Cleveland fans are some of the most energized fans in baseball and we can’t wait to join them for 2020 Tribe Fest,” said Anne Jewell, vice president and executive director of…

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