Ted Williams: ‘The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived’ Headlines 13th Annual Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festival Sept. 21-23
The 13th Annual Baseball Film Festival will feature 19 films screened over three days, Sept. 21-23.
New Museum Exhibit Tells Story of Player-Turned-Spy Moe Berg
Artifacts, photos and documents from Hall of Fame collection reveal fascinating life of one of baseball’s most unusual characters.
Defending Champion John Elliott Shoots 67 to Capture First-Round Lead at Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open
Carlton Fisk tees up Seniors Open pro-am
Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open begins with pro-am event at Leatherstocking Golf Course.
Hall of Fame Regular Hours of Operation Resume Monday, Sept. 3
Museum open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk Returns to Cooperstown to Host Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open Pro-Am Sept. 4
The Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open will be held Sept. 4-7 in Cooperstown.
2018 Baseball Film Festival Sept. 21-23 at Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame will host the 2018 Baseball Film Festival Sept. 21-23 in Cooperstown.
Class of 2018 Takes Its Place in Cooperstown
Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Chipper Jones, Jack Morris, Jim Thome and Alan Trammell were inducted into the Hall of Fame on July 29, 2018.
Costas, Ocker receive awards as fans flock to Cooperstown on Induction Eve
Sheldon Ocker and Bob Costas received the Spink and Frick Award, respectively, at the July 28 Awards Presentation.
Arte Moreno Elected to Board of Directors for National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Angels owner Arte Moreno was elected to the Hall of Fame Board of Directors on July 27, 2018.
Legends PLAY Ball in Cooperstown as Hall of Fame Weekend Gets Under Way
PLAY Ball, Dedication of Grandstand Theater highlight Friday of Hall of Fame Weekend.
Plaques of Class of 2018 Installed Hall of Fame Weekend before Visiting Ballparks
Plaques of the six inductees of the Class of 2018 will be installed immediately after the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony before visiting ballparks in early August.
Watch the Stars on Main Street at Hall of Fame Parade of Legends Saturday, July 28
Parade Starts at 6 p.m. and Features An Expected 59 Hall of Famers.
Inductions of Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Chipper Jones, Jack Morris, Jim Thome and Alan Trammell Highlight Hall of Fame Weekend 2018, July 27-30
Cooperstown Weekend Celebrates Historic Class of 2018
Cooperstown Comes to Washington, D.C.
Students to Experience Unique Educational Program from the Baseball Hall of Fame
Fan Favorite Ozzie Smith Hosts 17th Edition of Hall of Fame Weekend Favorite PLAY Ball
2002 Hall of Fame Electee and Museum Education Ambassador Joins Special Guests Jeff Bagwell, Johnny Bench and Tim Raines at the Museum’s Annual Education Fundraiser, July 27
Congress Introduces Integration of Baseball Commemorative Coin Act
Senators Scott and Booker, Congressmen Williams and Richmond Sponsor Legislation Authorizing United States Mint to Produce Coin Honoring the 75th Anniversary of the Integration of Major League Basebal
All-Stars Headed to Washington Already Have a Place in Cooperstown
35 of This Year’s All-Star Game Participants Are Represented by Artifacts at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Hall of Fame Welcomes 17 Millionth Visitor
Sergio Arias was the 17 millionth fan to walk through the doors of the Hall of Fame.
60 Hall of Fame Legends to be in Cooperstown For Hall of Fame Weekend, July 27-30
Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Chipper Jones, Jack Morris, Jim Thome and Alan Trammell Set to be Inducted as Class of 2018
Relive Inductees’ Hall of Fame Weekend Journey at Legends of the Game Roundtable Event
Class of 2018 Inductees Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Chipper Jones, Jack Morris, Jim Thome and Alan Trammell to Share Memories on Monday, July 30 at Doubleday Field