National Softball Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City

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National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum is a softball museum located in Oklahoma City's Adventure District. It includes the Don E. Porter Hall of Fame Stadium, home to the World Cup of Softball and the annual Women's College World Series.
USA Softball (formerly the Amateur Softball Association) operates the National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum.
On 17 February 2007, the British Softball Federation enshrined 12 members into its inaugural Hall of Fame. Members included players Kate Allen, GB manager/player Mark Berman, the late umpire Dave Allen, and Natalie Fox.
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  • extensive visit of people teams and organizations which took an interest in the sport and made it what it is to the present time  more »
  • The seating is not marked clearly and the room allowed for each seat packs you like sardines. I suggest a venue this size should have recycling. Concessions are sparse for the number of people in attendance
  • Went to watch the champ series and had a blast. It’s small so not a lot to do besides watch the game but believe me—that’s enough!!!!

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