Joe Morgan exhibit opening Tuesday at Reds Hall of Fame Museum | Community Spirit
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The Reds Hall of Fame Musuem will highlight and honor the career of Joe Morgan wiith a new exhibit.
The exhibit opens to the public on Tuesday, March 12 at 10am.
This special exhibit will feature game-used equipment, rare photographs, memorabilia and never-before-seen items from Joe’s personal collection, the exhibit shines a light on the player who many historians consider to be the best second baseman in the history of the game.
The Joe Morgan exhibit is part of a season-long celebration of Joe’s great career that culminates with the dedication of the Joe Morgan Statue on Saturday, Sept. 7, prior to the 1:05 pm Reds vs. L.A. Dodgers game.
Joe’s statue will be located in front of Great American Ball Park on Crosley Terrace and is being sculpted by local artist Tom Tsuchiya, who designed the five sculptures that currently reside at the ballpark: Johnny Bench, Ted Kluszewski, Ernie Lombardi, Joe Nuxhall and Frank Robinson.
Fans interested in being part of recognizing Morgan’s incomparable career and immeasurable contribution to Cincinnati and Reds baseball by becoming a donor can learn more by contacting the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum at (513) 765-7921 or redsmuseum.org. Contributions can earn donors a place on the Joe Morgan Recognition Wall inside the museum.