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MLB Caps to Feature Hall of Fame Logo July 19-21

Induction Weekend celebrated by teams throughout 44 scheduled games; FOX’s Ken Rosenthal to wear bow tie with Hall of Fame logo during Saturday’s broadcast.

Experience History at the Museum During Hall of Fame Weekend 2024, July 19-22

Plaques of Class of 2024 installed Hall of Fame Weekend before visiting ballparks.

Class of 2024 Ready for History

The Class of 2024 discussed the suspense and excitement of Hall of Fame Weekend in their final media calls before taking the induction stage in Cooperstown.

A half-century later, Athletics’ dynasty remains unique

The Oakland Athletics are one of only two franchises to win three World Series in a three-year span.

MLB Draft an Annual Showcase for Future Hall of Famers

Since 1965, 49 Hall of Famers have been selected.

Cubs’ Williams hits for the cycle

When Billy Williams hit for the cycle on July 17, 1966, he became the first Cubs player to achieve the feat in nine seasons.

#Shortstops: Cool Bat

After swinging this 38-ounce bat, Cool Papa Bell would impact games with his speed.

Bats from Black baseball stars tell incredible stories in Cooperstown

A trio of game-used bats loaned by Al Jurgela share the Black baseball experiences of Martín Dihigo, Josh Gibson and Pete Hill.

Inductions of Adrian Beltré, Todd Helton, Jim Leyland and Joe Mauer Highlight Hall of Fame Weekend 2024, July 19-22

Class of 2024 will be inducted in less than two weeks.

Ozzie Smith Hosts Hall of Fame Weekend Favorite Turn Two

2002 Hall of Fame electee and Museum Education Ambassador joins special guests Jim Kaat, Fred McGriff and Scott Rolen at the Museum’s annual education fundraiser on July 19.

55 Hall of Fame Legends to be in Cooperstown For Hall of Fame Weekend, July 19-22

Adrian Beltré, Todd Helton, Jim Leyland and Joe Mauer to be honored as Class of 2024.

#Shortstops: Pitching In

Koji Uehara was crucial to much of Japan’s international success in the 2000s.

#Shortstops: Gibson passes the Big Train

Bob Gibson opened a door that had been closed for half a century when he became the second member of the 3,000-strikeout club.

Watch the Stars on Main Street at Hall of Fame Parade of Legends Saturday, July 20

Parade starts at 6 p.m. and features returning Hall of Famers.

Relive Inductees’ Hall of Fame Weekend Journey at Legends of the Game Roundtable Event

Class of 2024 inductees Adrian Beltré, Todd Helton, Jim Leyland and Joe Mauer to share memories on Monday, July 22, at Doubleday Field.

#CardCorner: 1953 Topps Dick Groat

The 1960 National League Most Valuable Player was one of the most celebrated shortstops of his time.