Baseball Hall of Fame’s ‘Anonymous’ MVP Plays Essential Role at Museum
There's an amazing individual responsible for what visitors at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum see in the plaque gallery.
Waiting For A Sign Sequel Delivers Grand Slam Of Memories
There's a little bit of author Kevin Keating in all of us baseball fans. Pursuing autographs at ballparks, hotels where MLB clubs are staying while on the road, or in Cooperstown during induction weekend, there's something about the hunt that is at the very least - exciting.
Smith Shines In Baseball Hall Of Fame Ambassador Role
Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith is one of baseball's most generous people. Smith, elected to the Hall twenty years ago after a 19-season MLB career, in his post-playing days continues to demonstrate a sense of pride and ownership to the game.
Baseball Hall Of Famer Thankful For Teammates Advice
Along Ted Simmons' 21-season hall of fame baseball career, the former catcher had teammates that looked out for him.
Todd Zeile’s Zest For Cooperstown’s Hall Classic is Refreshing
In six weeks a baseball tradition continues in Cooperstown, and Todd Zeile is excited to be included.
“Yes!” – Albert Applauds Hodges’ Calling To Cooperstown
Count Marv Albert among those who feel baseball justice is finally served, with the late Brooklyn Dodgers' Gil Hodges Cooperstown-bound.
Cooperstown Bids Goodbye To Baseball Nostalgia Store
After 47 years in business, come December 31, Peter Henrici is closing the doors of Cooperstown's iconic memorabilia storefront - Baseball Nostalgia located inside the Doubleday Court. During my 45 years living in the Cooperstown area, Baseball Nostalgia was always there to walk in, and gaze at all the collectibles...
Rawitch Humbled To Be Baseball Hall’s New President
Josh Rawitch has plenty to be excited about. Less than two weeks back, on September 8, Rawitch would experience his first Induction Ceremony day on the job in Cooperstown as the incoming eighth president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. This wasn't any ordinary welcoming of meeting department heads and swapping stories around a collection of sliced cake and a well filled punch bowl.
Kiner’s Kids – Cherished Memories Of Induction Time In Cooperstown
Cooperstown holds special meaning for the children of Baseball Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner. September 8 is when MLB legends return home.
Hall of Fame Book Marks 100 Years of Baseball Broadcasting
Curt Smith, who USA TODAY labels "the authority on baseball broadcasting", leads the charge on preserving the history of the game's storytellers.