Virtual Hall of Fame Spotlight: Giamatti Research Center
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 - 11:00am
The National Baseball Hall of Fame Library is the foremost repository of baseball information, in all formats, in the world. Founded in 1939 along with the Hall itself, the library is a specialized research facility whose collections and services are available to all, subject to our policies for access and use.
This special virtual experience will highlight the museum's archive featuring a special interview with a Hall of Fame Librarian Jim Gates. This experience will give our virtual visitors the unique opportunity to learn about the museum's vast library archive and digital collection.
A page out of the Ruth scrapbooks, detailing the exhibition game at Wrigley Field between Lou Gehrig's "Larrupin' Lou's" and Babe Ruth's "Bustin' Babes." Lou hit multiple home runs to lift his team to a 5-2 victory. (National Baseball Hall of Fame)