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COOPERSTOWN, NY – A trip to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum provides everlasting memories for thousands of Cooperstown visitors every year.

But for schoolchildren in and around Central New York, a Hall of Fame visit also means an out-of-the-classroom learning experience that connects America’s National Pastime to core classroom curriculum such as math, science, history and character education.

COOPERSTOWN, NY – School’s out for many children during Presidents’ Week in the Northeast, but learning continues in Cooperstown as the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum hosts special daily programs for kids of all ages Feb. 20-24 in celebration of Black History Month.

Families can learn about unique Museum pieces through Artifact Spotlights, watch films featuring Negro League stars in the Museum’s Bullpen Theater, test their trivia skills against other Hall of Fame visitors and even savor a VIP Experience at the home of the National Pastime.

COOPERSTOWN, NY – With the crack of bats and sounds of the ballpark beginning to return to Arizona and Florida this week, baseball fans are anticipating an unforgettable 2012 season. This year also promises to be memorable in Cooperstown, where the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has planned an events schedule filled with history makers and family classics.

COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum today announced the launch of a national education and outreach program to promote healthy and active lifestyles for all individuals, while educating students about the dangers of performance-enhancing substances.

COOPERSTOWN, NY: Gary Carter, elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame after a 19-year big league career with the Expos, Mets, Giants and Dodgers, passed away peacefully on Thursday in his home state of Florida after a courageous battle with brain cancer. He was 57.

Carter, known affectionately as “The Kid” for his boundless enthusiasm on and off the field, passed away with his family nearby.

COOPERSTOWN, NY – The history of the National Pastime is forever preserved at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Now, thanks to the Hall of Fame’s new monthly podcast, the Museum is sharing that history with a brand new worldwide audience.

MINNEAPOLIS – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York has selected Carmichael Lynch as its strategic and creative advisor. The Hall of Fame, a nonprofit educational institution dedicated to the preservation of baseball history, seeks to further enhance its reputation as the preeminent destination of its kind.

COOPERSTOWN, NY – The legends of the game are once again returning to Cooperstown for Father’s Day Weekend. Baseball fans, meanwhile, are again making plans for the ultimate Father’s Day Weekend experience, as the annual celebration of Dad moves to the Saturday before Father’s Day.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will host Hall of Fame Classic Weekend, June 15-17, with the participation of six Hall of Fame members highlighting the Fourth Annual Hall of Fame Classic, presented by the Ford Motor Company, at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown, N.Y.

COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has spent the last seven decades celebrating and honoring the history of the National Pastime.

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – Hall of Fame Weekend 2012 will feature a Midwest theme this July 20-23, as the eyes of the baseball world turn to Cooperstown, N.Y. for the inductions of Cincinnati Reds great Barry Larkin and Chicago fan-favorite Ron Santo, along with award presentations and family programming for baseball fans of all generations.

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