Babe Ruth League, Inc. officially moved into its new home, a renovated 10,000-square foot building located at 1670 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road in Hamilton, New Jersey.
Why did Babe Ruth League move? The short answer is they were bursting at the seams. The new building accommodates the program's current and future needs.
The substantial space now plays host to a state-of-the-art Hall of Fame and Museum Room that greets visitors as they enter the main door. This room, which features a life-size statue of The Babe, also contains dozens of pieces of memorabilia featuring The Babe, and from famous alumni over the years.
The office is also adorned with the kind of photos and art that help define the goals and mission of Babe Ruth League, Inc. and its culture.
Babe Ruth League has considered several locations over the years, but none of them seemed to be ideal for future expansion. Hamilton, New Jersey is not only the birthplace of Babe Ruth League, but is also a strong baseball and softball town.
Many people have already visited the new Headquarters, including some of the original members of the Little Bigger League. And with several nice hotels close by, Babe Ruth Headquarters expects many more visitors in the future.