The in the 1950s, the Dodgers were the classiest of clubs on and off the field. Part of the reason behind that was the club’s model of playing the game correctly, something they called The Dodger Way. Soon, the “way” was penned into a popular book that still resonates today.
A wrong turn led to the location of the Minnesota African American Museum that includes many pieces of Negro Leagues memorabilia on display.
The Baseball Reliquary will be presenting an exhibit titled “Baseball by the Books” at the Pasadena Central Library in Pasadena, Calif., throughout the month of July that will feature some fo the most popular books based on the most popular sport.