Tag Archives: softball

More OKC: National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum

It has been a busy two months. In a good way. But I haven’t had the time to sit down and tell you all about it. So, let’s go back to Oklahoma City for a minute. Before journeying back to the Midwest, I visited the National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum. I would be lying if I said the museum was anything above very average, aesthetically. The small building that shared a parking lot with the ASA Hall of Fame Field, was an old building with a large lobby/gift shop filled with cheesy softball t-shirts, memorabilia and wood panel walls. The museum was full of history of the game, famous coaches and record breaking players that I never heard of. This made me realize that, unlike baseball, I didn’t know about any of the “legends” or “pioneers” of softball. I was only familiar only with the coaches and athletes I grew up watching in the Women’s College World Series and Olympic games. I felt a little ashamed knowing so little about a sport I played from the time I was three until twenty-two. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Places