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Cape League Hall of Fame

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Cape League Hall of Fame

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John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum 397 Main Street, Hyannis, MA
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RI_Tony wrote a review Aug 2018
Cumberland, Rhode Island32 contributions9 helpful votes
Visited today to see the JFK Museum and Cape League Baseball Museum as I have done several times in the past and was sad to find out the Cape League Museum is no longer here and has yet to find a new home. Lady said it hasn't been here for three years which I find hard to believe since I am pretty sure I visited it last year or the year before, but regardless -- it is in limbo and the exhibits are in storage somewhere.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Donald K wrote a review Aug 2018
Wellesley, MA, United States75 contributions15 helpful votes
The Cape Cod Baseball League has a Hall of Fame in the lower level of the JFK Museum in Hyannis. A great take if you’re a baseball fan. The Cape League dates back to 1895 (older than the American League) and today is the most prestigious Summer college league in America. One in 6 MLB players are Cape League alumni. Chris Sale, Aaron Judge, Buster Posey and many more. Cape League games are great - and cheap - and the museum gives you a great sense of the history.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Arianna A wrote a review Aug 2017
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My son and I were upset to find out this is no longer here. Were told they never relocated. Hopefully tripadvisor removes this
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Robert J S wrote a review Jun 2017
Dennis Port, Massachusetts2,701 contributions111 helpful votes
Great rainy day activity. Learn surprising facts about the league and the players who went onto to the big leagues. Gift shop employees are also a good source of information about their town. Good a great recommendation for lunch from them.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Johanna006 wrote a review Mar 2017
Dennis, Massachusetts250 contributions140 helpful votes
Lots to read and look at in cases. Not sure the younger player will have "fun" mostly for people that know stats. Downstairs from JFK Museum. Plenty of parking in rear of museum. Gift shop up.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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