Watch: Pelicans’ Deaf Awareness Night Jersey Enshrined in Cooperstown

The Myrtle Beach Pelicans hosted a Deaf Awareness Night on August 19, complete with custom American Sign Language (ASL) jerseys and an appearance from former MLB outfielder Curtis Pride. Those jerseys were such a hit (pun intended) that it got the call to join the Hall of Fame.

Watch the Pelicans travel to Cooperstown to hand-deliver manager Buddy Bailey’s Deaf Awareness Night jersey. It is now an official HOF artifact and an important piece of baseball history.

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