Hornsby set the standard for right-handed hitters
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Hornsby was named the National League’s Most Valuable Player in the league in 1925 – and he repeated in 1929.
When Hornsby was elected, he became the 27th member of the Hall of Fame.
Jonathan Coe was the fall 2011 Public Relations intern for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Alexander provides ultimate relief for Cardinals in 1926 World Series
Grover Cleveland Alexander saved Game 7 of the 1926 World Series one day after his complete game victory in Game 6.
Giants changed history by trading for Mathewson
The New York Giants sent star pitcher Amos Rusie to the Reds in exchange for Christy Mathewson on Dec. 15, 1900.
#Shortstops: Letters from Ty Cobb
Leroy Jacobsen of Oak Park, Ill., wrote to Ty Cobb and got a reply from in May 1953, written in his signature green ink. In it, Cobb gives his opinions on the state of baseball at the time.
Ted’s pursuit of .400
As summer turned to fall in 1941, the Splendid Splinter made history.