City of Baseball Museum

The City of Baseball Museum is at CHS Field in St. Paul, MN – home of the Saint Paul Saints, Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins – and features exhibits that explore historical connections between the ballclub and the city.

Outside the City of Baseball Museum in St. Paul

City of Baseball Museum

The 2,000+ square foot museum is located on the 3rd base concourse of the stadium and features powerful images, amazing artifacts, and cutting-edge technology that brings to life the stories that have made St. Paul a place where baseball dreams have become reality.

The history of the St. Paul Saints dates back to the late 1800s and the stories inside the museum include names like Charles Comiskey, Babe Ruth, Miller Huggins, Roy Campanella, Toni Stone, Kevin Millar and Darryl Strawberry.

City of Baseball Museum – Overlooking CHS Field in Saint Paul, MN
Baseball Display Overlooking CHS Field in Saint Paul, MN
City of Baseball Museum – Darryl Strawberry with Jersey
Darryl Strawberry with His Saint Paul Saints Jersey

Crosstown Rivals

At any given time, the City of Baseball Museum has more than a half dozen featured exhibits. The River Rivals space represents the era during which the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul took their sibling rivalry to the ballfield. The history of the Streetcar Series, the rivalry between the St. Paul Saints and the Minneapolis Millers, includes stories of Hall of Fame caliber players, crosstown double-headers, and mythical games.
City of Baseball Museum – Crosstown Rivals
Crosstown Rivals
City of Baseball Museum – Olympic Club
Olympic Club Scoreboard

Tour the City of Baseball Museum

Join broadcaster Sean Aronson as he takes you around the City of Baseball Museum to learn about some surprising game changers in St. Paul Saints history from the City of Baseball Museum.

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