1 Javier Sanchez, Fayetteville, Ga 68-64--132
2 Kirk Hanefeld, Acton, Ma 68-65--133
3 John Ross, Freeman, WV 68-66--134
4 Mike Lawrence, Anderson, SC 68-67--135
T5 Tom Eubank, Ellijay, Ga 69-67--136
Wayne Wright, Fort Worth, Tx 72-64--136
T7 Lance TenBroeck, Oak Lawn, IL 70-67--137
Mark Mielke, East Norwich, NY 68-69--137
Robert Shuey, Lancaster, Pa 69-68--137
T10 Bill Britton, Rumson, NJ 69-69--138
Mark Balen, Orchard Park, NY 65-73--138
12 Tim Metko, Grand Blanc, Mi 69-70--139
T13 Danny Edwards, Scottsdale, Az 69-71--140
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Javier Sanchez of Fayetteville, Ga., shot a tournament-record tying 64 to take the lead after day two of the Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open on Thursday in Cooperstown.
Sanchez, who was three strokes off the lead after shooting an opening-round 68 on Wednesday, blistered the Leatherstocking Golf Course with his seven-under par mark on Thursday during a humid-but-sunny day in Central New York, finishing with a two-day total 132.
1 Mark Balen, Orchard Park, NY 31-34--65
2 Mark Aebli, West Dover, Vt 32-35--67
T3 Javier Sanchez, Fayetteville, Ga3 4-34--68
John Ross, Freeman, WV 34-34--68
Kirk Hanefeld, Acton, Ma 34-34--68
Mark Mielke, East Norwich, NY 34-34--68
Mike Lawrence, Anderson, SC 34-34--68
T8 Bill Britton, Rumson, NJ 32-37--69
Danny Edwards, Scottsdale, Az 34-35--69
Ed Dougherty, Boothwyn, Pa 34-35--69
Joe Clark Jr., Holderness, NH 36-33--69
Rick Bronson, Mexico, NY 35-34--69
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Mark Balen of Orchard Park, N.Y., shot a 6-under par 65 on Wednesday to grab the first-round lead at the Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is encouraging individuals of all ages to “Be A Superior Example,” through a new education program, designed by K12 Inc., as part of a new curriculum to promote healthy habits, while encouraging everyone to live free of performance-enhancing substances.
The new curriculum debuts Tuesday, September 4, online at baseballhall.org/BASE and in a new Museum exhibit in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – As a beautiful summer in Cooperstown concludes, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will resume its regular hours of operation.
Beginning Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3, the Museum will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hall of Fame is open seven days a week year round, with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
The Hall of Fame will resume its summer-season hours of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. starting Memorial Day Weekend 2013.
COOPERSTOWN, NY: The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will recognize the twin traditions of baseball and film when, for the seventh consecutive year, it hosts the Baseball Film Festival in Cooperstown, Sept. 28-30.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – For nearly a century, fans of the National Pastime have been directly connected to the game they dearly love through the friendly voices of baseball broadcasting. In recent years, thousands have turned to social media to garner updates of their favorite teams and players.
Starting next week, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will bring together the best of both mediums, as the annual fan selection process begins for the 2013 Ford C. Frick Award, presented annually by the Cooperstown institution for excellence in baseball broadcasting.