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
Hall of Famer Rollie Fingers Returns to Cooperstown to Host Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open Pro-Am Sept. 6
Annual Event Benefits Pathfinder Village and Hall of Fame’s Educational Programs
Artifacts from Ichiro’s 3,000th Big League Hit on exhibit at Hall of Fame Starting Aug. 16
10-Time All-Star Outfielder Has Donated More Than Two Dozen Artifacts to Museum During His Career
Baseball Hall of Fame to Host Blood Drive Saturday
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will host a blood drive on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Cooper Park.
Historic crowd cheers Griffey, Piazza into Hall of Fame
Mike Piazza and Ken Griffey Jr. were formally inducted on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown, in front of an estimated crowd of 50,000 fans.
Class of 2016 Welcomed to Cooperstown by Huge Induction Ceremony Crowd
Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza Formally Inducted into Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Makes Series of Announcements
Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith Elected to Board of Directors; Era Committees Restructured; Voting Procedures Modified for Ford C. Frick Award
Griffey, Piazza reflect the day before induction
For Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza, their moment in history has arrived.
Induction Eve Thrills Fans, Hall of Famers in Cooperstown
Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza to Be Inducted Sunday at National Baseball Hall of Fame
The Wizard thrills fans as Hall of Fame Weekend begins with PLAY Ball
Four Hall of Famers showed their benevolence by not only sharing their insights on the game of baseball but also raised funds for a worthy cause.
Hall of Famers PLAY Ball in Cooperstown in Support of Museum’s Education Programs
The Wizard and Hall of Fame Teammates Craig Biggio, Goose Gossage and John Smoltz Take the Field with Fans as Hall of Fame Weekend Begins
Hall of Famers arrive in Cooperstown to start baseball’s best weekend
On a perfect day for baseball, the greats of the game began to arrive in Cooperstown to celebrate one of the National Pastime’s most revered annual events.
Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Visitors Urged to Utilize Special Parking Options
Peripheral Lots, Shuttle and Trolley Services Provide Multiple Choices for Travelers
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