With the Orioles in Kansas City for a three-game weekend series, Baltimore center fielder Adam Jones will visit the Negro Leagues Baseball MuseumSaturday afternoon to make a $20,000 contribution to the shrine.”It’s about the game of baseball, about the Negro Leagues side of it, their point of view the things that they didn’t have as much as everybody else, the things that they didn’t care about as much as everybody else,” Jones said before Friday’s game, via the Baltimore Sun. “Just the https://www.twinsedge.com/minnesota-twins/max-kepler-jersey sheer game of baseball. You walk through those doors, such a love for baseball that it’s contagious.”Jones’ donation includes free admi sion to children from Operation Breakthrough, a Kansas City-area charity Fernando Rodney Jersey that offers daycare and other programs for kids before and after school and during the summer.I’m a person who just likes to give kids, give humans, give people an opportunity to learn, Jones said. When I walk through those walls, I learn. It would be selfish of me not to help other people learn.”Jones, of course, said he was the target of racist taunts at Fenway Park Harmon Killebrew Jersey during an Orioles-Red Sox game earlier this month.Per the Kansas City Star, Jones estimates he’s been to the Negro Leagues Baseball museum more than 15 times, and he’s become friends with museum president Bob Kendrick.Kendrick said Jones’ contribution will go toward new augmented reality technologyat the museum, as well as a the creation of a new exhibit called “Barrier Breakers” that will chronicle the integration of MLB from 1947, when Jackie Robinson joined the Dodgers, through 1959.