Greenville, South Carolina is a historically rich and charming southern city with an interesting story.
In the unique West End of part of town that is diverse but still has rich culture, one museum is dedicated to the ball player, “Shoeless Joe” Jackson. Nearby, his statue displays the legend. The citizens have been looking to restore his reputation and they might be able to do so.
The city cherishes history of many kinds, and you might as well.
The Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum and Library is dedicated to the player in his home town, and Joe either spent or trashed his $5k portion of what bookies and gamblers paid 8 White Sox to purposefully lose the World Series in 1919.