Visitors to this museum are greeted by a lifesize statue of Ted Williams, fisherman. You want to shake his hand and ask him if he is related to the great hitter. Then you get your answer. This museum is loaded with equipment, uniforms, and trophies from the hitter Ted Williams. Each item has a concise but rich description of its significance. All this is surrounded by baseball photos, many candid shots, of Ted and his fellow hall of farmers. You can almost hear them talking about the game before them. Following the museum halls, you will see that this is more than just a Teddy Ballgame Museum, this is indeed a tribute to the greatest hitters in the history of the game. It is a captivating museum of baseball, which includes a display about the Women's Professional Baseball and another from the Negro Leagues. It is perfect spot for not only baseball affecionados but for those who are being introduced to the game. While it holds lots of items, the museum can be fully appreciated in about an hour. And since it is located inside Tropicana Field, it is a great prelude to a Tampa Bay Rays game. Admission is free, so why aren't you there yet?
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