Through the years, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum has been a favorite stop for major-leaguers who are in town to play the Royals.
The latest to visit were some of the Washington Nationals, including right fielder Bryce Harper. They were there on Tuesday.
In 2015, Harper was one of the winners of the Oscar Charleston Award, which is given to the Most Valuable Player in both the National League and the American League.
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Harper shared a photo on Instagram of his visit to the NLBM, and he appeared to be holding an award as he chatted with museum president Bob Kendrick.
It was an honor and a pleasure going to the Negro Baseball League museum this morning and learning about some of the greatest players to ever play this game! Josh Gibson still has the biggest forearms I have ever seen
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