Local and National Media Report on “Comeback Season” Opening

A folded American flag and other sports artifacts are on display at the exhibition, Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11.
"Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11" is on view to the public until summer 2019. Photo by Jin Lee, 9/11 Memorial.

Last week, the 9/11 Memorial Museum opened its new special exhibition “Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11” to the public. We’d like to thank our sponsors in part for making this exhibition possible, including Anheuser-Busch Foundation, Major League Baseball and the New York Mets/Jeff Wilpon.

“Comeback Season” has received local and national media coverage to mark its opening. To learn more or to reserve a ticket, click here.

CBS New York: Amid Horror Of 9/11, Spirit Of Sports Helped New York Feel Normal Again

amNewYork: ‘Sports After 9/11’ exhibit spotlights athletes who ‘gave us a reason to cheer’

Associated Press: Museum exhibit highlights impact of sports after 9/11 

NY Sports Day: The Week That Was: 9/11 Memorial & Museum Sports Exhibit

Newsday: Exhibit at 9/11 Memorial Museum shows sports as healer

WCBS 880: New Exhibit Highlights Important Role Sports Played In Uniting Nation After 9/11

SI Live: New 9/11 Memorial & Museum exhibit looks at how sports healed the nation

MLB.com: 9/11 Museum to feature baseball’s healing role

CBS 2 New York: Sports Exhibit Opens at 9/11 Memorial Museum

SNY: 9/11 Memorial Museum: Sports

“Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11” will be open to the public until summer 2019.

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