NC Baseball Museum
The North Carolina Baseball Museum is down the third base line at Fleming Stadium in Wilson, NC – home of the Wilson Tobs of the Coastal Plain League. The museum displays 3,300+ square feet of memorabilia from regional baseball players.
The NC Baseball Museum Galleries
The museum focuses on seven National Baseball Hall of Famers born in North Carolina, including Luke Appling, Rick Ferrell, Catfish Hunter, Gaylord Perry, Buck Leonard, Enos Slaughter, and Hoyt Wilheim.
A separate room contains baseball memorabilia of the state’s colleges and local high schools. The museum also provides focus on Negro league players such as Buck Leonard and women in baseball. Other signed memorabilia can also been seen throughout the museum.
Fleming Stadium in Wilson, NC
Fleming Stadium is classically-styled ballpark that features a covered grandstand, chair backs, and bleacher-style seats, a simple scoreboard, and a beer garden down the first base foul line.
Tour the NC Baseball Museum
WNCT travels to Wilson, North Carolina, where legacies and astounding achievements are being remembered in a unique way at the NC Baseball Museum.