St. Paul Saints City of Baseball Museum
St. Paul, MN
When the St. Paul Saints decided to relocate from Midway Stadium to Lowertown St. Paul, they started to receive a large amount of baseball memorabilia from people who felt connected to the history of the team and stadium. Everything from photos, to baseballs, to old jerseys were brought to CHS Field as media coverage increased to cover the big move. It was at this point that the Saints decided they wanted to have a City of Baseball Museum on-site to house all of the unique stories and items they were receiving from families across the state. With limited space, they had to design a museum that was both flexible and functional.
An interactive table brought in by Bluum (formerly Tierney) can be found in the center of the museum. The table is loaded with promo videos, exciting plays, and tons of interactive activities for visitors to experience. This table has been well received by museum guests and is a fun way to get kids and adults alike to learn more about the history of baseball and the team. Bluum also donated a few flat panels used for digital signage throughout the museum. In order to display more content while keeping the space open and clean, the St. Paul Saints found that digital signage was a great solution to house and display videos, interviews, articles, and stories throughout the space. The photos and videos taken at the City of Baseball Museum include much of the work that Split Rock Studios did to turn this field of dreams into a reality. We are proud to have played a small part in this amazing project!