Overall, the exhibit was well really done. There were lots of informative little write-ups like this one about Three Finger Brown's golden watch fob.
Many of the items were on loan from the Baseball Hall of Fame, including Rogers Hornsby's Most Valuable Player medal:
There were some interactive pieces in the museum, including four computerized trivia centers in the museum to test your knowledge as either a Cub or Cardinal fan.
Sandberg Game." Sandberg hit a homer off Bruce Sutter to send the game to extra innings and then he cracked another off Sutter to tie it again in the 10th! The Cubs won it in the bottom of the 11th inning. It was a coming out party for Ryno, who was in the middle of an MVP season. Funny story: the game was a nationally televised contest and the announcers had already selected Willie McGee as the player of the game before Sandberg hit his first homer in the bottom of the 9th. For what it's worth, McGee did hit for the cycle that day.
If you listen to enough radio, like I do, then the broadcasters kind of become family.
Lastly, by the exit, there was this HUGE FatHead of the Cubs celebration scene on a ten foot tall wall. People were lining up next to it for a photo opportunity.
It was a fun road trip for sure and a great way to get me hyped up for the 2017 season!
Go Cubs, go!