Former Dodger Great Orel Hershiser Opens Sports and Hobby Shop

World Series MVP Exhibits Some of His Amazing Collection

Date: Jun 5, 2024
Topics: Legends' Attic, Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB, News, Orel Hershiser
Length: 290 Words
Reading Time: ~2 Minutes

Former MLBer and star pitcher Orel Hershiser is now sharing his legacy with sports fans and collectors through Legends’ Attic, a new sports memorabilia venture. The Dodgers legend — Cy Young Award winner and World Series MVP — showcases many of his career highlights at this unique venue in Claremont, California.

Legends’ Attic, which opened on June 4, spans 2,500 square feet and features six rooms brimming with sports treasures. Legends’ Attic combines a sports museum, art gallery, and collectibles shop, offering an unparalleled experience for collectors and fans of all ages.

Visitors to Legends’ Attic will see lots of cool memorabilia, including Hershiser’s 1988 World Series trophy, Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Award, and various Most Valuable Player Awards. The space will also feature themed rooms, such as a Dodgers room showcasing baseball memorabilia, a Lakers room dedicated to hardwood greats Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, Jerry West, and Elgin Baylor, and a Helmet Room with signed football helmets from NFL legends.

In addition to these sports treasures, a room will be devoted to sports artists, displaying works that capture the spirit and excitement of the games. While many items will be available for purchase, some of Hershiser’s awards and memorabilia will be for display only, allowing fans to get up close with pieces of sports history.

Hershiser aims to create a haven for hobbyists, sports card collectors, and fans blending his passion for the game with a commitment to preserving and sharing its rich history. Legends’ Attic promises to be a must-visit destination for anyone interested in sports memorabilia and the storied careers of legendary athletes.


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