#Shortstops: Ticket Master
Radom, an advocate of beautiful tickets, of course, told HOW Design: “Ticket stubs are memories and memories currency.”
Dani Dayton is a graphic designer at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
#Shortstops: Ticket to History
The first modern World Series was played in 1903, and a ticket from one of those historic games is preserved in Cooperstown.
Just the Ticket for Cobb
Ty Cobb made his home debut for the Philadelphia Athletics on April 20, 1927.
Collins becomes sixth batter to join 3,000-hit club
On June 3, 1925, Eddie Collins became the sixth batter to total 3,000 hits.
Ticket from Aaron’s 715th home run preserved at Museum
The ticket for the Atlanta Braves’ April 8, 1974, game cost $3. But seeing Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run in person was priceless.