USA Baseball Women’s National Team Plays Japan’s Madonna Stars Saturday and Sunday at Doubleday Field
The USA Baseball Women's National Team will play the Madonna Stars from Japan in this weekend's Cooperstown Women's Baseball Classic.
Blind sportswriter Ed Lucas reflects on remarkable career
Sportswriter Ed Lucas, who became blind as a boy in 1951, stopped by the Hall of Fame to discuss his new book "Seeing Home: The Ed Lucas Story."
Celebrate Hall of Fame Weekend Journey Through Inductee Memories at Legends Roundtable Event
The Class of 2015 will reminisce about their remarkable careers and the experiences of Hall of Fame Weekend at the Legends of the Game Roundtable on Monday, July 27.
Steele Interns experience MiLB excellence with ValleyCats
Many of the 19 students in the Museum’s Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program received their first exposure to minor league baseball.
Treasures from Cooperstown Coming to Capital Region for Tri-City ValleyCats Game on Saturday
Items from Bagwell, Biggio, Jeter, Ortiz and Johnny Evers will be on display at the ValleyCats game.
Baseball-loving Librarians visit Museum
An opportunity for library professionals to share their passion for baseball.
Hall to Honor Curt Flood’s Legacy, World War II Players during Awards Presentation at HOF Weekend
Curt Flood and Hall of Famers who served in World War II will be honored during the annual Awards Presentation at Hall of Fame Weekend
Hall of Fame to Host Blood Drive Saturday
The Hall of Fame will host a blood drive on Saturday, June 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
World Series MVP Scott Brosius Comes Full Circle in Cooperstown
Yankee hero re-connects with his famous bats at the Hall
Alex Rodriguez Donates Bat Used for His 2,000th RBI to Hall of Fame
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has received a donation from New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez of the bat he used to record his 2,000th career RBI on Saturday, June 13.
Tourism Cares brings volunteers to Doubleday Field
All totaled, Tourism Cares and its volunteers spent close to five hours working on Doubleday Field, and progress was already coming along quickly.
Draft Records in Cooperstown
Whether it ends in a cup of coffee or a Hall of Fame career, the stories of most big league careers begin at the Major League Baseball Draft.
Former Seattle Pilot Ray Peters Visits Hall of Fame
Fittingly wearing a Pilots polo shirt, he marveled at the history before his eyes.
Hoop Hall legend Dan Issel visits Cooperstown
Baseball has always held a special place in Dan Issel's heart.