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Louisville Slugger’s mobile museum will display Royals memorabilia at Busch Stadium

Kansas City Royals center fielder Kerry Robinson in a game in 2006.
Kansas City Royals center fielder Kerry Robinson in a game in 2006. AP

If you’re headed to St. Louis this weekend for the Royals-Cardinals series, there is one place you might want to look for at Busch Stadium.

The Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory’s Mobile Museum will be at the ballpark with some Royals memorabilia.

A game-used George Brett bat will be shown as well as his first signed Louisville Slugger contract. A news release said Brett signed with Louisville Slugger as an 18-year-old shortstop, and that at that time, he requested a Stan Musial model bat.

Visitors will be able to hold game-used bats from Musial, Vince Coleman and Jim Edmonds along with replica bats from George Brett, Alex Gordon and Willie Wilson.

On Sunday, former Royal/Cardinal Kerry Robinson is expected to be sign autographs from noon to 1 p.m.

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