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#06 – Sam Guinn Field

This site some of the greatest Negro League teams, including the Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays, Memphis Red Sox, and Kansas City Monarchs. Some of the legendary players that have set foot here are: Satchel Paige, Josh Gibson, Oscar Charleston, William “Judy” Johnson, Buck Leonard, Dick Lundy and Cool Papa Bell.

#04 – Playing Cards Mural

Texas artists Chris Arnold and Jeff Garrison of Dallas created the mural honoring five iconic baseball greats

#07 – Hot Springs Country Club

The first golf country club in Arkansas organized and built in 1898. Plaque located at the entrance to the Hot Springs Country Club Pro Shop parking lot (101 Country Club Drive).

#08 – Oaklawn Park

Many owners and player spent their free time here playing the ponies. Plaque located at the Oaklawn entrance (2705 Central Avenue).

#18 – Bathhouse Row

Players would “boil out” in Hot Springs’ naturally thermal mineral waters to prepare for the upcoming season. Plaque located on the sidewalk near the Gangster Museum of America (510 Central Avenue).

#19 – Ohio and Southern Clubs

Two of the better known nightspots frequented by players during spring training. Plaque located on the Ohio Club Building (336 Central Avenue).

#20 – Happy Hollow

Many legendary players would hike the trails here to prepare for the season. Plaque located at the intersection of Fountain Street and Hot Springs Mountain Drive.

#06 – Sam Guinn Field

Many Negro League teams trained in Hot Springs during the 1920s and 1930s. Plaque located in front of the Greater St. Paul Baptist Church (497 Crescent Avenue).

#12 – Majestic Field

Built in 1909, primarily for use by the Boston Red Sox. Plaque located at 109 West Belding Street.

#13 – Hot Springs Baseball Grounds

Where spring training began in Hot Springs. Plaque located on the lawn at the current site of the Garland County Courthouse (501 Ouachita Avenue).

#29 – Fogel Field

Built in 1912 to accommodate the growing number of baseball players in Hot Springs. Plaque located to the right of the Arkansas Alligator Farm (847 Whittington Avenue).

#32 -Whittington Park

The epicenter of baseball history in Hot Springs. Plaque located at the back of the Weyerhaeuser parking lot (810 Whittington Avenue).

#01 – The Eastman Hotel

Hosted many teams in Hot Springs during spring training. Plaque located in the Hill Wheatley Plaza parking lot (629 Central Avenue).

#05 – National Baptist Hotel

Hosted Negro League teams and entertainers during their visits to Hot Springs. Plaque located on the sidewalk of the National Baptist building (501 Malvern Avenue).

#21 – The Arlington Hotel

A favorite hangout for baseball players. Plaque located on the sidewalk to the left of the main entrance stairs (239 Central Avenue).

#22 – The Majestic Hotel

The hotel headquarters for many of the Major League Baseball teams visiting Hot Springs. Plaque located on the sidewalk in front of the former Majestic Hotel (101 Park Avenue).

#02 – Buck Ewing

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1939. Plaque located near the steps leading to the Rehabilitation Center (105 Reserve Street).

#09 – Jackie Robinson

The man who broke the color barrier in baseball was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. Plaque located at Majestic Park at the end of Winona Street.

#10 – Hank Aaron

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982. Plaque located at Majestic Park at the end of Winona Street.

#11 – Rogers Hornsby

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1942. Plaque located at 109 West Belding Street.

#14 – Honus Wagner

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. Plaque located at the corner of Central Avenue and Olive Street.

#15 – Walter Johnson

Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. Plaque located on the sidewalk in front of the historic Hot Springs High School building on Oak Street, between Orange and Olive Streets.

#16 – Cy Young

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Plaque located near the ticket windows of the Transportation Depot (100 Broadway Terrace).

#17 – Tris Speaker

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Plaque located at the intersection of Court and Exchange Streets.

#23 – Al Simmons

“Bucketfoot Al” was one of the most dangerous hitters of the live ball era. Plaque located beside St. Mary of the Springs Catholic Church (100 Central Avenue).

#24 – Stan Musial

Baseball Hall of Famer Stan “The Man” played 22 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals. Plaque located beside St. May of the Springs Catholic Church (100 Central Avenue).

#25 – Lefty Grove

Became a star in the major leagues with the Philadelphia Athletics and the Boston Red Sox, winning 300 games in his 17-year major league career. Plaque located on the sidewalk next to Tiny Town at 374 Whittington Avenue.

#26 – Bill Dickey

Hall of Fame member and Arkansas native was discovered in Hot Springs while substituting for a friend in a semi-pro game at Whittington Park. Plaque located on the sidewalk next to Tiny Town at 374 Whittington Avenue.

#27 – Sam “Wahoo” Crawford

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1957. Plaque located in front of the Showmen’s Building parking lot (710 Whittington Avenue).

#28 – Babe Ruth

Inducted into the first class of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. Plaque located near the entrance to the Arkansas Alligator Farm (847 Whittington Avenue).

#30 – Mel Ott

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1951. Plaque located in the back of the Weyerhaeuser parking lot (810 Whittington Avenue).

#31 – Smoky Joe Wood

One of baseball’s greatest pitchers. Plaque located on the sidewalk across from the Weyerhaeuser parking lot (810 Whittington Avenue).

#01 – The Eastman Hotel

Hosted many teams in Hot Springs during spring training. Plaque located in the Hill Wheatley Plaza parking lot (629 Central Avenue).

#02 – Buck Ewing

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1939. Plaque located near the steps leading to the Rehabilitation Center (105 Reserve Street).

#04 – Playing Cards Mural

Texas artists Chris Arnold and Jeff Garrison of Dallas created the mural honoring five iconic baseball greats

#05 – National Baptist Hotel

Hosted Negro League teams and entertainers during their visits to Hot Springs. Plaque located on the sidewalk of the National Baptist building (501 Malvern Avenue).

#06 – Sam Guinn Field

Many Negro League teams trained in Hot Springs during the 1920s and 1930s. Plaque located in front of the Greater St. Paul Baptist Church (497 Crescent Avenue).

#07 – Hot Springs Country Club

The first golf country club in Arkansas organized and built in 1898. Plaque located at the entrance to the Hot Springs Country Club Pro Shop parking lot (101 Country Club Drive).

#08 – Oaklawn Park

Many owners and player spent their free time here playing the ponies. Plaque located at the Oaklawn entrance (2705 Central Avenue).

#09 – Jackie Robinson

The man who broke the color barrier in baseball was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. Plaque located at Majestic Park at the end of Winona Street.

#10 – Hank Aaron

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982. Plaque located at Majestic Park at the end of Winona Street.

#11 – Rogers Hornsby

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1942. Plaque located at 109 West Belding Street.

#12 – Majestic Field

Built in 1909, primarily for use by the Boston Red Sox. Plaque located at 109 West Belding Street.

#13 – Hot Springs Baseball Grounds

Where spring training began in Hot Springs. Plaque located on the lawn at the current site of the Garland County Courthouse (501 Ouachita Avenue).

#14 – Honus Wagner

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. Plaque located at the corner of Central Avenue and Olive Street.

#15 – Walter Johnson

Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. Plaque located on the sidewalk in front of the historic Hot Springs High School building on Oak Street, between Orange and Olive Streets.

#16 – Cy Young

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Plaque located near the ticket windows of the Transportation Depot (100 Broadway Terrace).

#17 – Tris Speaker

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Plaque located at the intersection of Court and Exchange Streets.

#18 – Bathhouse Row

Players would “boil out” in Hot Springs’ naturally thermal mineral waters to prepare for the upcoming season. Plaque located on the sidewalk near the Gangster Museum of America (510 Central Avenue).

#19 – Ohio and Southern Clubs

Two of the better known nightspots frequented by players during spring training. Plaque located on the Ohio Club Building (336 Central Avenue).

#20 – Happy Hollow

Many legendary players would hike the trails here to prepare for the season. Plaque located at the intersection of Fountain Street and Hot Springs Mountain Drive.

#21 – The Arlington Hotel

A favorite hangout for baseball players. Plaque located on the sidewalk to the left of the main entrance stairs (239 Central Avenue).

#22 – The Majestic Hotel

The hotel headquarters for many of the Major League Baseball teams visiting Hot Springs. Plaque located on the sidewalk in front of the former Majestic Hotel (101 Park Avenue).

#23 – Al Simmons

“Bucketfoot Al” was one of the most dangerous hitters of the live ball era. Plaque located beside St. Mary of the Springs Catholic Church (100 Central Avenue).

#24 – Stan Musial

Baseball Hall of Famer Stan “The Man” played 22 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals. Plaque located beside St. May of the Springs Catholic Church (100 Central Avenue).

#25 – Lefty Grove

Became a star in the major leagues with the Philadelphia Athletics and the Boston Red Sox, winning 300 games in his 17-year major league career. Plaque located on the sidewalk next to Tiny Town at 374 Whittington Avenue.

#26 – Bill Dickey

Hall of Fame member and Arkansas native was discovered in Hot Springs while substituting for a friend in a semi-pro game at Whittington Park. Plaque located on the sidewalk next to Tiny Town at 374 Whittington Avenue.

#27 – Sam “Wahoo” Crawford

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1957. Plaque located in front of the Showmen’s Building parking lot (710 Whittington Avenue).

#28 – Babe Ruth

Inducted into the first class of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. Plaque located near the entrance to the Arkansas Alligator Farm (847 Whittington Avenue).

#29 – Fogel Field

Built in 1912 to accommodate the growing number of baseball players in Hot Springs. Plaque located to the right of the Arkansas Alligator Farm (847 Whittington Avenue).

#30 – Mel Ott

Inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1951. Plaque located in the back of the Weyerhaeuser parking lot (810 Whittington Avenue).

#31 – Smoky Joe Wood

One of baseball’s greatest pitchers. Plaque located on the sidewalk across from the Weyerhaeuser parking lot (810 Whittington Avenue).

#32 -Whittington Park

The epicenter of baseball history in Hot Springs. Plaque located at the back of the Weyerhaeuser parking lot (810 Whittington Avenue).