COOPERSTOWN, NY – On the baseball diamond, Bernie Williams blended creativity and talent into five All-Star Game selections and four World Series titles as a member of the New York Yankees.
But Williams' talent did not retire when he left Major League Baseball following the 2006 season. Instead, Williams' creative outlet became music – and the story of his remarkable journey from outfielder to musician will be told in Cooperstown on Aug. 12 at a special series of programs at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is teaming up with the Tri-City ValleyCats to bring the home of baseball to the Capital Region.
The third annual Hall of Fame Night with the Tri-City ValleyCats will be held Saturday, July 30 at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy, N.Y.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – The National Pastime took on a decidedly international flavor in the heart of America on Sunday at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
But for Class of 2011 members Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven and Pat Gillick – and the estimated 17,500 fans in Cooperstown – the language of baseball needed no translator.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – Their moment in the sun in Cooperstown came a day earlier than usual.
But for Bill Conlin, Roland Hemond and Dave Van Horne, the moment couldn't arrive soon enough. And when it did, emotions and memories flooded historic Doubleday Field during the inaugural Hall of Fame Awards Presentation on Saturday.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Baseball's best weekend has begun – and with more than 50 Hall of Famers in Cooperstown for Induction Weekend, the party is in full swing.
But for National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Education Ambassador Ozzie Smith, part of that party always includes time to assist to the Hall of Fame's mission at his annual PLAY Ball event.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Visitors to Cooperstown for the 2011 Induction Weekend, including the Saturday, July 23 Awards Presentation and the Sunday, July 24 Induction Ceremony, are advised to utilize several parking and transportation options in an effort to alleviate potential delays and traffic problems.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Baseball's biggest stars are en route to baseball's grandest weekend.
Cooperstown, N.Y., the spiritual home of baseball, is about to become the weekend home of the game's most luminous names – and the permanent home of the Class of 2011.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The majesty of baseball's annual Cooperstown celebration is far too big to be packed into one afternoon.
So this year, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum unveils a Saturday schedule designed to honor the 2011 Hall of Fame award winners as well as thrill fans of all ages at Induction Weekend.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Baseball's grandest weekend is just days away, Cooperstown is ready to welcome the baseball world back home.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Since the snow-covered days of winter, they have waited for their moment in the sun.
Bill Conlin, Roland Hemond and Dave Van Horne have each been honored with awards symbolizing their professional excellence. And on Saturday, July 23 in Cooperstown, their legacies will be celebrated at the inaugural Hall of Fame Awards Presentation at Doubleday Field.