COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum offers a wide variety of educational programs and special events throughout the year. But in the summer, the Museum’s daily programming schedule begins – providing visitors with even more opportunities for baseball fun.
This year’s schedule brings back some old favorites as well as a few new programs. All programs are included with the purchase of a Museum ticket.
The daily summer schedule, which runs today through Aug. 6, is as follows:
COOPERSTOWN, NY – They came back to the home of baseball with their old uniforms and gloves, ready to play the game they love one more time. They came back to reminisce with old rivals and teammates, savoring a chance to swap stories and renew friendships.
But mostly, they came back for the fans. And the near-capacity crowd at Cooperstown’s Doubleday Field loved every minute of Sunday’s second-annual Hall of Fame Classic, which resulted in a 9-0 win for Team Feller over Team Killebrew.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – On Sunday, some of the greatest players the game has known will thrill fans at the Hall of Fame Classic in Cooperstown.
But on Saturday, many of those same fans got to experience the thrill of Doubleday Field for themselves – and hear behind-the-scenes ballpark stories from Hall of Famers and former major leaguers.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Before baseball’s heroes return to Doubleday Field for Sunday’s Hall of Fame Classic, they’ll cruise up Main Street at the home of baseball in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – It’s about the history, a chance to watch baseball’s best take the field in Cooperstown at Sunday’s Hall of Fame Classic.
It’s about the excellence, celebrating your love of the game with seven Hall of Famers and thousands of fans at Doubleday Field. It’s about the connection – the bond between father and child and baseball that has been passed through generations.
But mostly, it’s about dad. And this Sunday, you can share a wonderful Father’s Day memory together through the bond that is baseball.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The Baseball Hall of Fame brings history to life year-round in Cooperstown.
But on Saturday, living history – in the form of seven Hall of Fame legends – is coming to town for fans to see, hear and share.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – While some of the greatest stars baseball has ever known prepare for the Father’s Day Hall of Fame Classic, the future heroes of the game will receive some big league instruction the day before at Doubleday Field.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is committed to telling the story of the National Pastime. Not surprisingly, some of the most honored authors in the country are bringing their stories to Cooperstown this summer.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – He blazed a trail across the baseball world for parts of three decades, forever changing the game with fielding accomplishments never before seen.
He received baseball’s ultimate honor in the 2002, earning Hall of Fame election for his outstanding 19-year big league career that featured 15 All-Star Game selections and 13 Gold Gloves at shortstop.
Now, Ozzie Smith, is committed to giving back to the game he loves. On July 23, that commitment will come alive for some fortunate fans at the annual PLAY Ball event at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown.
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Seventy-one years ago this week, the Baseball Hall of Fame opened its doors for the first time. Since then, the Hall of Fame has documented the history of the National Pastime and the men who have played the game.
On Saturday, as part of the Hall of Fame’s birthday celebration, actor Greg Kenney will bring that history to life through presentations on Hall of Famers Roberto Clemente and Jackie Robinson.