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National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame [MI]

The National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame exhibits a collection of historic artifacts at the American Polish Cultural Center in Troy, Michigan. Many of the items are one-of-a-kind. Visitors can see the uniforms worn by such greats as Steve Gromek, Carol Blazejowski, and Ed Olczyk; the boxing gloves used by the 1940s world middleweight champion, Tony Zale; and basketballs, baseballs, footballs, and bowling balls used and signed by Mike Krzyzewski, Whitey Kurowski, Ted Marchibroda, and Ed Lubanski. Among other items is a football signed by NPASHOF inductee Bob Skoronski, Vince Lombardi and many other members of the 1967 Super Bowl I Champion Green Bay Packers.

The hall offers exhibits.