New Yankees murals at Bronx Terminal Market pays homage to Black baseball legends

Members of the New York Yankees, including Aaron Judge, joined Trenier for the unveiling, meeting some of the local kids who the murals are looking to inspire.

Dan Serafin and

News 12 Staff

Apr 24, 2024, 9:35 PM

Updated 27 days ago

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A new series of murals in Concourse Village are aiming to inspire the future by serving as an ode to Yankees and Black baseball history.
The latest work from Bronx-born mural artist Andre Trenier features six living Black baseball legends. The art sits outside of the Bronx Terminal Market, right across the street from the Bronx Children’s Museum - a partner of the project.
“We know that we have a lot of talent here in the Bronx, and we want our kids to see what that talent looks like and know that their dreams are feasible and possible,” said Denise Rosario Adusei, executive director of the museum.
Members of the New York Yankees, including Aaron Judge, joined Trenier for the unveiling, meeting some of the local kids who the murals are looking to inspire.


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