TBT: Baseball Fever

In 1994 my parents took four of their grandchildren who lived in Ocala to the grand opening of the Ted Williams Hitters Hall of Fame in Citrus Springs. Due to a bad case of baseball fever, the four missed a day of school to rub elbows with some of the best players of our nation’s pastime.

They met and got autographs from Brooks Robinson, Bob Feller, Ennis Slaughter and the grandson of Ty Cobb.


Meghan, Emily, Steven and Brent had a fun day with their grandparents while celebrating our nation’s pastime. A great daycation  to the Hitters Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame is no longer located in Citrus Springs having moved to Tropicana Field several years ago. It’s open two hours before all Tampa Bay Rays home games through the sixth inning free to those with game tickets, a good reason for another daycation in St. Pete.



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