Hall of Fame to Host Minor League Days On Fridays May 1 Through Dec. 4
Museum Visitors Receive Free Admission with Any Minor League Game Ticket Stub from 2015
(COOPERSTOWN, NY) – Virtually every Hall of Fame career begins with work in the minor leagues.
In 2015, baseball fans can make the trip from the minors to Cooperstown themselves thanks to a partnership between the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and Minor League Baseball.
The Museum will host Minor League Days each Friday in 2015 from May 1 through Dec. 4, with exhibits throughout the Museum spotlighting baseball’s vast player development system and the long-standing love between the fans and the minors.
In order to gain free admission on Minor League Days, visitors must surrender a ticket stub from a Minor League Baseball game from the 2015 season, on Fridays from May 1 through Dec. 4. The offer is good for one admission per ticket stub redeemed, a $23 value per ticket.
Each member of the historic Hall of Fame Class of 2015 played Minor League Baseball. The Class of 2015 – Craig Biggio, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martínez and John Smoltz – will be inducted on July 26 in Cooperstown.
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