‘The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection’ Celebrates the Game's Greatest Players

(COOPERSTOWN, NY) – Officially licensed by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, "The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection" is a revised and updated volume that gathers the biographies, statistics, and photos of more than over 175 members of the most exclusive club in the sport.

A beautiful book every baseball fan should own and available now for pre-order at shop.baseballhall.org, "The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection" includes all inductees, stats, and awards through the 2023 Hall of Fame elections. Additional new content also includes: the origin story of the Hall of Fame and a visual tour of Cooperstown, plus insights and photos celebrating the Hall’s famous induction weekend.

Separated into chapters by position, "The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection" highlights the best and the most memorable players, events, championships, moments, and more. Meet the greats of the game from before you were born and relive the memories that you shared with your diamond heroes of recent years. You will find:

  • Profiles of more than 175 legendary Hall of Famers
  • Photo explorations into rare memorabilia, including replica tickets, scouting reports, scorecards, and contracts
  • Notable awards, records, stats, and a complete list of more than 300 Hall of Fame members
  • Full-color photos and informative sidebars throughout

Become an expert on your favorite teams and players as you take a glorious trip into the storied history of America’s pastime. Maybe you won’t become a member of the Hall of Fame, but after you read "The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection" you’ll feel like part of the club!

Author James Buckley Jr. has written more than 150 books on sports for readers young and old, including biographies of sports heroes Roberto Clemente, Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Jesse Owens, and Muhammad Ali. He is the author of the previous "The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection" and "America's Classic Ballparks" among others. His first visit to the Hall of Fame was in 1989, when he attended the induction ceremony of Carl Yastrzemski, his boyhood hero.

For a review copy and to schedule an interview with the author, contact Steve Roth at The Quarto Group at steve.roth@quarto.com or 612-344-8156.