‘Classic Cathedrals to Concrete Donuts’ @ Louisville Slugger Museum

Through Aug. 12

Louisville Slugger Museum
800 W. Main St. • 588-7228

Some of the most magical things about baseball are the stadiums in which the game is played; history is made at these places, as generations of fans move through the gates each summer, sharing experiences, making memories and enjoying the storied game. The Louisville Slugger Museum hopes to recapture some of those legendary ballparks with the exhibit “Ballparks: From Classic Cathedrals to Concrete Donuts.” The works of renowned sports photographer Jim Dow anchor the exhibit, with items from the National Baseball Hall of Fame also on display, vintage pennants, and a bat used by Roger Maris during his historic 1961 season with the New York Yankees. It’s summertime — what else would you be doing besides thinking about baseball? —Kevin Gibson

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