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An Angels Fan’s Guide to the Baseball Hall of Fame’s Museum

Enough with the self-pity:  if the Hall of Fame itself is Angels-less, the adjoining museum – the definitive collection of baseball memorabilia and lore in America – finds Angels aplenty. If you know where to look, you get an Angels fix while absorbing two treasure-trove filled floors.
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