JOHN SCHUERHOLZ, BUD SELIG ELECTED TO NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME BY TODAY’S GAME ERA COMMITTEE
Longtime Braves and Royals general manager John Schuerholz and former MLB commissioner Allan H. “Bud” Selig have been elected to the Hall of Fame by the Today’s Game Era Committee.
Hall of Fame’s Picturing America’s Pastime Exhibit Opens Friday at Dodger Stadium
This winter at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, fans can experience some of the game’s most telling images.
Today’s Game Era Committee Ballot to Be Considered Dec. 4 at Baseball’s Winter Meetings
With 2017 just around the corner, Cooperstown is preparing for another historic summer. And the latest Hall of Fame candidates will soon learn if they are headed to the Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame to Host Holiday Celebration Saturday
The spirit of Cooperstown will be on full display this Saturday when Museum visitors and the National Baseball Hall of Fame team up for a day of holiday fun.
Baseball Writers’ Association of America 2017 Hall of Fame Ballot Announced
Two former American League Most Valuable Player Award winners as well as two World Series MVPs are among 19 new candidates on the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot
2017 Ford C. Frick Award Ballot Finalized
Eight of the National Pastime’s beloved voices have been named as the finalists for the 2017 Ford C.
Cooperstown’s Phil Pohl experiences Hall of Fame as never before
Phil Pohl grew up in Cooperstown. But despite numerous trips to the Hall of Fame, he never thought he’d find himself looking at his artifacts on display in the Museum.
Celebrate the Fall Classic in Cooperstown with the World Series Gala, Oct. 29, at Hall of Fame
As history is made on the diamond at the Fall Classic, Central New York residents and visitors can watch all the action at the home of baseball history in Cooperstown.
Maine-Endwell Little Leaguers honored at Hall of Fame
The Maine-Endwell (N.Y.) Little League World Series championship team was honored at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum during an early Sunday afternoon ceremony inside the Plaque Gallery.
Maine-Endwell Little League World Series Champs to be Honored at Hall of Fame on Sunday
Team Has Donated Signed Baseball, Photo to Museum Collection
Historic Photos, Documents of Inaugural Class of 1936 Featured in Museum’s Latest Additions to PASTIME
Online offerings are growing bi-weekly at collection.baseballhall.org
Ten Named to Today’s Game Era Ballot for National Baseball Hall of Fame Consideration
Five former big league players, three executives and two managers comprise the 10-name Today’s Game Era ballot to be reviewed and voted upon Dec.
Museum’s Film Fest a hit with fans, filmmakers
The three-day event featured 13 films covering such varied topics as the life of Bill Lee after the majors, Ron Taylor’s transition from pitcher to medicine, the legacy of Hot Springs, Arkansas as a S
Negro Leagues History Digitized in Museum’s Latest Additions to PASTIME
Digitized photos of the Negro Leagues, the papers of pioneering African-American writer Wendell Smith and a Jackie Robinson scrapbook debuted online today.
Spaceman Headlines 11th Annual Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festival Sept. 23-25 in Cooperstown
13 Films Featured in Museum’s Annual Tribute to Baseball on the Big Screen
Hall of Fame Honors Long-Tenured Staff Members
Five staff members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum were honored on Tuesday for reaching service milestones.
Steve Ford Captures 34th Annual Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open
Steve Ford of Melbourne, Fla. carded a 66, 65 and a final-round 69 for a three-day total of 200, 13-under-par, to win the 34th Annual Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open by one stroke.
Ford Shoots a Second Round 65 to Take the Lead After Two Rounds at Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open
Steve Ford of Melbourne, Fla., shot a second-round 65 to take the lead on day two of the Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open on Thursday in Cooperstown.
Steve Rippley Touches Home
Steve Rippley, who worked a total of 2,513 regular season and 50 postseason games for National League and Major League staffs, enjoyed a behind-the-scenes tour of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Museum Debuts Online Collections via Hall of Fame Digital Archive Project
Babe Ruth Scrapbooks Unveiled Today through PASTIME Online Collection at baseballhall.org
Savage, Schulte and Elliott Shoot 65 to Tie First Round Lead at Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open
Kevin Savage of Baldwinsville, N.Y., Alan Schulte of Fisher, Ind.
34th Annual Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open Begins as Hall of Famer Rollie Fingers Tees Up Pro-Am
Seniors Open at Leatherstocking Golf Course Starts Wednesday; $50,000 Raised for Pathfinder Village Scholarship Fund at Tuesday’s Pro-Am
Hall of Fame Regular Hours of Operation Resume Monday, Sept. 5
Museum Will Be Open Daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Until Summer 2017
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