COOPERSTOWN, NY – On the weekend when heroes return to Cooperstown, some of the game’s legendary names of yesteryear will be honored with a uniquely American celebration at the home of baseball.
Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn will help celebrate the lives of four Hall of Fame teammates on Friday during the First-Day-of-Issue Major League Baseball All-Stars stamps dedication ceremony in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – In less than one week, Barry Larkin will officially be enshrined at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
And only hours after that historic ceremony, Larkin will reflect on the crowning achievement of his career in front an intimate gathering of fans in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Hall of Fame Weekend annually features the greatest gathering of Hall of Famers in the baseball world. And for one marvelous hour on July 21, those Hall of Fame legends will grace the pavement on Main Street in Cooperstown during the Parade of Legends.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Ozzie Smith spent 19 big league seasons revolutionizing the way shortstops played defense.
But since his Hall of Fame induction in 2002, The Wizard has become a champion of another cause close to his heart: Education.
For Smith, it all comes together on Hall of Fame Weekend during his annual PLAY Ball event in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The 83rd All-Star Game is in the history books, and some of that history is already on the way to Cooperstown.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum received several donations during the recent All-Star Game festivities in Kansas City, Mo., and those artifacts will be on display in time for the opening of Hall of Fame Weekend – July 20 – in the Museum’s Today’s Game exhibit, which celebrates the game’s newest heroes and freshest moments.
Donated artifacts from All-Star Weekend include:
COOPERSTOWN, NY – When the Major League Baseball All-Star Game debuted on July 6, 1933 in Chicago, the National Baseball Hall of Fame was not yet a part of the American lexicon.
But over the next nine decades, the connection between All-Stars and the Hall of Fame has become a yearly summer celebration for the National Pastime.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – As baseball prepares for its annual mid-summer celebration, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates the return of one of Cooperstown’s favorite family events: The All-Star Gala.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Pastime and the uniquely Americana music of Dan Bern come together on the Fourth of July in Cooperstown as the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates Independence Day.
Bern and the band Common Rotation will perform a 90-minute concert at 1 p.m. on Wednesday in the Hall of Fame’s Grandstand Theater. Bern will sing baseball-themed songs from his new album Doubleheader.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Baseball and the movies grew up together in America, becoming a part of the fabric of the nation that made both famous.
Their shared history is on display every day at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum through the Baseball At The Movies exhibit. And the newest films capturing the essence of the National Pastime are featured in the Museum’s annual Baseball Film Festival, which is now accepting entries for the 2012 program.