“¡Pleibol! »Opening of the virtual exhibition: The first new exhibit at the National Museum of American History since it reopened in May examines how the game of baseball has had a lasting impact on Latin American communities, and vice versa. The museum’s second-floor gallery examines how baseball spread to farming towns in Colorado and how stickball thrived on the streets of East Harlem, providing a path to the American Dream while building community and service. for equality. It’s more than a Hall of Fame show: while you can see Roberto Clemente’s batting helmet and Pedro Martinez jersey, the exhibit focuses on the original art, the baseball card. Anthony Rendon’s YMCA and the uniforms worn by teams called Los Boricuas, of Chicago, and Aztecas, of Kansas City. Because the museum is operating with limited hours and capacity, and to bring this bilingual exhibit to communities outside of the DC area, curators are hosting a virtual opening night with curators leading behind-the-scenes tours and commentary. from some of the groups who donated to the collection, including the Clemente family. Real-time Spanish subtitling will be available. 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Free, registration required.