#CardCorner: 1987 Donruss Aurelio López
Over 11 big league seasons, Aurelio López became one of the most successful relief pitchers in the game.
Baines leads four future Hall of Famers in '77 Draft
The 1977 MLB Draft produced future Hall of Famers Harold Baines, Paul Molitor, Ozzie Smith and Tim Raines.
Reese leads the way at sun-splashed Hall of Fame Classic
Former Gold Glove Award winner has four hits in Team Bert's 8-3 win over Team Kitty.
Stars Light Up Cooperstown at 13th Edition of Hall of Fame Classic Legends Game
Team Bert defeated Team Kitty 8-3 at Doubleday Field.
Kids get tips, players get memories at Classic Clinic
Former big leaguers provide instruction for more than 200 players at Cooperstown Classic Clinic.
Berra documentary captures essence of the Hall of Famer
Feature-length film tells the story of Berra's unforgettable career.
13th Edition of Hall of Fame Classic Legends Game Brings Six Hall of Famers to Cooperstown
Remaining tickets on sale Friday at Museum and at 9 a.m. Saturday at Doubleday Field.
#CardCorner: 1989 Topps Bob Knepper
Bob Knepper won 146 games in the big leagues, with more than 20 percent of those victories coming via shutouts.
Kaline would have reached 400-homer plateau had weather cooperated
Al Kaline finished his career with 399 home runs. On June 1, 1958, he lost a homer due to a rainout.
Museum’s 2023 Author Series Programs Bring Latest Baseball Stories to Cooperstown
Lectures, book signings held throughout the summer at Hall of Fame’s Bullpen Theater.
Blyleven, Kaat Renew Friendly Rivalry as Managers at Hall of Fame Classic
Former Minnesota Twins teammates will serve as skippers at May 27 legends game in Cooperstown.
Glavine’s one-hitter was nearly perfect
On May 23, 2004, Tom Glavine nearly became the first pitcher in Mets history to throw a no-hitter.
#CardCorner: 1981 Donruss Keith Moreland
Keith Moreland played 12 big league seasons and established himself as one of the best fastball hitters in the game.
Hall of Fame’s Picturing America’s Pastime Exhibit Opens May 18 in Stony Brook, N.Y.
Traveling photo exhibition runs at The Long Island Museum through Oct. 15.
#GoingDeep: Sol White's royal prose
King Solomon White’s "History of Colored Base Ball" resonates with researchers more than a century after it was published.
#GoingDeep: The evolution of baseball gloves
Pitcher Bill Doak invented the modern-day glove more than 100 years ago. But improvements are still being made to this day.
Dock Ellis’ journey helped him shine a light for others
Dock Ellis' on-field career was marred by his addictions. But he inspired thousands of followers with this post-playing career work.
#GoingDeep: By using grandfather clauses, baseball history often comes full circle
As baseball has evolved, grandfather clauses have helped everyone adjust to new rules.
Speaker’s 3,000th hit puts him in record books
Tris Speaker became the fifth member of the 3,000-hit club on May 17, 1925.
#CardCorner: 1967 Topps Vic Davalillo
Vic Davalillo played 16 years in the big leagues and became one of the most successful pinch-hitters in history.
USS Cooperstown Commissioned in New York City
The USS Cooperstown was named in honor of the 70 Hall of Famers who interrupted their baseball careers to serve in the military.
#GoingDeep: The year Sacramento became the home run capital
In 1974, the Sacramento Solons took advantage of their unique home park to set a minor league record with 305 home runs.