Arte Moreno Elected to Board of Directors for National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

(COOPERSTOWN, NY) – Arte Moreno has been elected to the Board of Directors for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, bringing the total number of directors to 17 for the nonprofit educational institution.

“We are thrilled to welcome Arte Moreno to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s Board of Directors,” said National Baseball Hall of Fame Chairman of the Board, Jane Forbes Clark. “Since his stewardship of the Angels began in 2003, Arte has demonstrated a commitment to winning on the field and has harnessed the power of our National Pastime to benefit communities throughout Southern California. His presence on the Board will help guide the Hall of Fame’s continuing mission of preserving history, honoring excellence, and connecting generations.”

Moreno, who has guided the Los Angeles Angels as team owner since 2003, is a native of Tucson, Ariz. Under his leadership, the Angels have won six American League West Division titles and drawn more than three million fans to Angel Stadium in 14 straight seasons.

Along with his wife, Carole, Moreno’s work through the Angels Baseball Foundation supports investments in education, health care, arts and sciences, and community-related youth programs throughout Southern California. Through the Moreno Family Foundation, Arte and Carole support nonprofits focusing on youth and education.

In addition to Board Chairman Jane Forbes Clark, whose grandfather, Stephen C. Clark, founded the Hall of Fame, the Hall of Fame’s Board of Directors also includes: Vice Chairman Joe Morgan, Treasurer Kevin Moore, Paul Beeston, Bill DeWitt, Bill Gladstone, David Glass, Rob Manfred, Phil Niekro, Jerry Reinsdorf, Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, Harvey Schiller, Ozzie Smith, Ed Stack and Thomas Tull. Complete bios on board members can be found at

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is an independent, nonprofit educational institution, dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture by collecting, preserving, exhibition and interpreting its collections for a global audience, as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our National Pastime.