To Do Tonight: Baseball Book Signing at Central Library

Now that the National League has broken their 13-year All-Star Game slump, and not a single game is to be played today, what’s a baseball fan to do?

Head to the library.

The authors of Baseball Americana, a comprehensive history of the game chock full of illustrations and memorabilia from the archives of the Library of Congress, will be discussing the book and signing autographs tonight at 7:00 at the Central Library auditorium (1015 North Quincy Street).

There will also be baseball-themed prizes given away during the event, which is free and open to the public.

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