Memories and Dreams Makes 2011 Debut with a Look at Newest Electees, Major Anniversaries

Experience the National Pastime’s Glorious History and Stay Current on Museum News with the Hall’s Members-Only Publication

March 10, 2011
The latest issue of Memories and Dreams is available to members now. (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

COOPERSTOWN, NY – Membership at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum means a lifetime connection to Cooperstown. Memories and Dreams magazines takes participants in the Hall of Fame's Membership Program behind the scenes and into the archives of the Hall of Fame six times a year, as each issue offers a unique and fascinating look at America's Game.

The Spring 2011 issue of Memories and Dreams is now available to Museum Members. The issue features stories by critically acclaimed writers like Hal Bodley, Bob Elliott and Peter Gammons as well as profiles of Class of 2011 members Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven and Pat Gillick.

Each issue of Memories and Dreams, the official magazine of the Hall of Fame, features intriguing stories and first-hand memories about artifacts in the Hall of Fame collection; heart-warming tales from fans, players and Hall of Famers; the latest news and notes from Cooperstown; original photography and much more. The July issue also serves as the program for the Hall of Fame's annual Induction Ceremony.

Published bi-monthly, Memories and Dreams is available to supporters of the Hall of Fame's Membership Program. Membership allows fans from around the world to help the Hall of Fame fulfill its mission of Preserving History, Honoring Excellence and Connecting Generations – while receiving great benefits like Memories and Dreams. Members also receive an annual Hall of Fame Yearbook, a personalized membership card, complimentary Hall of Fame admission, a 10 percent discount on Hall of Fame merchandise, a member lapel pin and much more.

For more information on Hall of Fame Membership and a electronic look at the latest issue of Memories and Dreams, please visit us at www.hofclubhouse.com/memoriesanddreams.

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