COOPERSTOWN, NY – Baseball's records hold an emotional, if not sacred, place for fans of the National Pastime. The game's statistics fuel debates among baseball's fanatics, as measures of comparison, historic performance and as tools to analyze individual and team performances.
This spring, the two measures central to baseball's history will be united in Cooperstown, as the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum opens a permanent exhibition to explore the passion of baseball's records and the stories behind them, with One for the Books, opening Memorial Day Weekend.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – It's a dream-come-true for most fans: Standing on the grass, in Cooperstown, with your Hall of Fame teammate by your side.
But for some lucky fans, it's more than a dream: It's the ultimate round of golf. On Father's Day Weekend, it will be the thrill of a lifetime at the Cooperstown Golf Classic.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Baseball's brightest stars are headed to Cooperstown for the Hall of Fame Classic. Baseball fans, meanwhile, are once again making plans for the ultimate Father's Day Weekend experience, as tickets for the annual celebration of dad first will be available on Saturday, April 16.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The long winter for baseball fans ends Thursday with the start of the 2011 season. And at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, Opening Day means a chance to celebrate at the home of the National Pastime.
The Hall of Fame will offer fans the opportunity to watch live coverage of Opening Day baseball where the game's pulse beats the strongest, starting with the Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees game at 1:05 p.m. in the Museum's Bullpen Theater. Fans can also test their knowledge of Opening Day history with trivia contests.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The return of spring means a flurry of activity in Cooperstown this weekend for the village's venerable museums.
The Fenimore Art Museum, the Farmers' Museum and the National Baseball Hall of Fame welcome families and fans to town for an exciting start to April, with visitors set to experience the history, culture and majesty of the moment.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – School's out for many children during April break week in the Northeast, but learning continues in Cooperstown as the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum hosts Youth Baseball Week April 16-22 with educational programs for kids of all ages.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The Baseball Hall of Fame's award-winning educational programs have a new home at the historic Cooperstown shrine.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Spring is here, and baseball is not far behind – which means it's time to celebrate in baseball's hometown.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum delivers the opening pitch of the new season with Family Day on April 2 in Cooperstown. The celebration will feature live musical performances, hands-on activities, crafts, and demonstrations throughout the Museum all day long. Kids under 12 will be admitted to the Museum for free that day.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will honor singer/songwriter Terry Cashman and his baseball classic, "Talkin' Baseball," as part of Hall of Fame Weekend 2011 in Cooperstown. This marks the 30th anniversary since the release of the classic ballad that pays tribute to baseball and its heroes, specifically the three centerfielders – Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle and Duke Snider – synonymous with a generation of baseball fans.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Since baseball's earliest days, women have been major contributors to the strength and character of the National Pastime.
In honor of Women's History Month, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will examine the role of women in baseball with a day-long lineup of events on Saturday, March 19 in Cooperstown. The Hall of Fame will present Women in Baseball Day, a celebration of accomplishments of women on and off the diamond.