A Big Tour for Randy Johnson
Johnson, accompanied by his son Tanner, a University of Arizona freshman, went on a two-hour Saturday morning tour led by Hall of Fame vice president of exhibitions and collections Erik Strohl. The 51-year-old left-hander, looking as if he could make a comeback with a few weeks of Spring Training, was an inquisitive guest, often peppering his guide with questions on the sport’s long history as it related to a specific artifact in an exhibit case.
“I feel like I know him somehow,” said Johnson in a front of an exhibit case featuring artifacts from Cy Young’s career. “After I won my first Cy Young Award, I became more inquisitive about his career. And he pitched for 22 seasons – something else we have in common.”
Members enjoy many privileges, including free admission to the Museum year-round and plus special opportunities throughout Hall of Fame Weekend.
Additional Hall of Fame Weekend Privileges (included with all membership levels)
• Free admission to the Museum
• A special members-only entrance to the Hall of Fame to avoid long lines
• Exclusive early access to the Museum on Saturday, Sunday and Monday
• Exclusive access to the Legends of the Game Roundtable program on Monday
VIP Options (President’s Circle and Benefactor levels)
• VIP reserved seating for the Induction for President's Circle and Benefactor Members
• Opportunity for reserved at the Awards Presentation
• (2) limited edition press pins
Hall of Fame Weekend Travel Packages (includes a membership)
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has teamed up with Sports Travel and Tours to offer baseball fans a one-stop opportunity to purchase Induction Weekend travel packages. For more information or to plan a trip to Cooperstown, please call 1-888-310-HALL (4255). Current membership participants receive a 5% discount on all their baseball travel packages.