Share this page: Share on facebook Share on twitter Ty Cobb's Glove Contents More Projects In 1936, the first balloting was held for election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Ty Cobb received the most votes of the five electees and came within four votes of unanimity. This glove (item # B-305.66) was used by Cobb in 1912 while playing for the Detroit Tigers and is in need of conservation. Estimated conservation cost: $1,800 For more information, or to make a donation of any amount toward this project, please contact Becky Ashe of our Development Team at 607.547.0310 or [email protected]. Ty Cobb played for the Detroit Tigers from 1905-1926. (National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) Share this image: Share on facebook Share on twitter Hall of Fame center fielder Ty Cobb used this glove in 1912 when he was playing for the Detroit Tigers. (Milo Stewart Jr. / National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) Share this image: Share on facebook Share on twitter More Projects To the top Catcher’s Mask This catcher's mask, worn by Hall of Famer Mickey Cochrane, was conserved. AAGPBL Glove This glove used by Vivian Kellogg while playing for the AAGPBL's Fort Wayne Daisies in 1945, is in need of conservation.