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We need your help more than ever. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is facing an unprecedented challenge created by an extended closure earlier this year and a significant reduction in attendance since reopening.

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Plan Your Visit | Baseball Hall of Fame

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is now open. For important information about visiting the Museum, please click here.. Nearly 300,000 people a year make the pilgrimage to Cooperstown to pay homage to the heroes of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, but in the process, many also discover an unspoiled repository of America's heritage, rich in history, art, architecture ...

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Hall of Famers | Baseball Hall of Fame

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, NY, honors those elected and immortalizes them with bronze plaques. Since the first election in 1936, the question of who should be included in the Hall has been the source of great delight and debate. One thing is clear, election to the ...

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User account - Home | Baseball Hall of Fame

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Contact Information | Baseball Hall of Fame

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of baseball, honoring excellence in the game and connecting the generations of baseball enthusiasts. The Hall of Fame welcomes your interest, thoughts and comments. Please take a few moments to share your thoughts ...

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National Baseball Hall of Fame Online Store

The official online store of the National Baseball Hall of Fame offers a wide assortment of baseball apparel and collectibles, including exclusive 2020 Induction merchandise, Cooperstown Collection items, MLB team gear and vintage collectibles. Each purchase helps support the Baseball Hall of Fame’s non-profit mission to preserve baseball history, honor excellence and connect generations of ...

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Hall of Famers by Position | Baseball Hall of Fame

Find us. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME | 607-547-7200 | Fax: 607-547-0398

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Hall of Fame Travel Packages | Baseball Hall of Fame

Make sure your visit to Cooperstown is a memorable one, with a Hall of Fame travel package. Travel relaxed and hassle-free, knowing all your arrangements have been made for you by our reliable travel specialists. Each travel package includes museum & event tickets, transportation, hotel ...

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Living Hall of Famers | Baseball Hall of Fame

Find us. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME | 607-547-7200 | Fax: 607-547-0398

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Hall of Fame Game History | Baseball Hall of Fame

Generations of the game's greats have played in Cooperstown. In 1939, as part of the celebration and dedication of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, current and former major league players representing the 16 clubs played a ballgame at Doubleday Field, captained by Honus Wagner and Eddie Collins.

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Future Eligibles | Baseball Hall of Fame

Dates for future Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies include: 2021: Sunday, July 25 2022: Sunday, July 24 2023: Sunday, July 23. Provided that they remain retired, the following are partial lists of former Major League ballplayers who will become eligible for consideration by the BBWAA for election into the Hall of Fame in upcoming years.

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Kelley, Joe | Baseball Hall of Fame

“Joe had no prominent weakness. He was fast on the bases, could hit the ball hard and was as graceful an outfielder as one would care to see.” –John McGraw Aside from topping the National League with 87 stolen bases in 1896, Joe Kelley rarely led the league in any categories. But he was a well-rounded outfielder who could run, hit for average and get on base and annually

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Memories and Dreams | Baseball Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame’s bi-monthly magazine, Memories and Dreams, includes in-depth profiles of Hall of Famers and regular features on the historic artifacts, photographs and documents that comprise the Museum’s unparalleled collection. The magazine also features behind-the-scenes stories of the unforgettable legends and moments from the National Pastime.

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30 years ago, the AAGPBL came to ... - Baseball Hall of Fame

For the Hall of Fame’s part, the challenge was not so much its interest in highlighting women’s roles in baseball history. Rather, it was coming up with the tools to tell the story, according to Spencer’s comments in a January 1987 Los Angeles Times column. “Asked if the Hall of Fame had plans for an exhibit…Spencer said, ‘The answer is absolutely.

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League of Women Ballplayers | Baseball Hall of Fame

Though it began as a women’s professional softball league, rules were soon modified and the All-American Girls Baseball League (later to be known as the AAGPBL) was born when four Midwest teams - the Rockford Peaches, the South Bend Blue Sox, the Racine Belles and the Kenosha Comets – played a 108-game schedule.

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Photo Archives | Baseball Hall of Fame

The mission of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Photo Archives is to collect, preserve, and make accessible photographic objects documenting the history of baseball.

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Employment | Baseball Hall of Fame

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Museum Floor Plan | Baseball Hall of Fame

Find us. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME | 607-547-7200 | Fax: 607-547-0398

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Visit | Baseball Hall of Fame

Vea esta página en Español. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is now open. For important information about visiting the Museum, please click here.. Since opening its doors more than 75 years ago, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has been dedicated to preserving history, honoring excellence and connecting generations.

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1936 - 1939 | Baseball Hall of Fame

The inaugural Hall of Fame election results were announced in the media on Feb. 2, 1936, and featured Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson, Babe Ruth and Honus Wagner as the Class of 1936. After 20 more members were added to the Hall of Fame in the elections in 1937, 1938 and 1939, the first ...

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Visit the Giamatti Research Center | Baseball Hall of Fame

The Baseball Hall of Fame can help you with your research. Welcome to the library of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. The library is the foremost repository of baseball information, in all formats, in the world. Founded in 1939 along with the Hall itself, the library is a specialized ...

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The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection Book

Officially licensed, The National Baseball Hall of Fame Collection by James Buckley (Epic Ink, September 22, 2020), gathers biographies, statistics, and photos of more than 175 members of the most exclusive club in the sport, all in one beautiful book every baseball fan should own.

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Blockbuster trade sends Morgan to Reds | Baseball Hall of Fame

But immediately following the deal, many felt the Astros had won the trade. “Most observers at the winter meetings believe that the Reds got the short end of the trade,” Hertzel wrote in an analysis that occupied a quarter of the first sports page of the Enquirer.. May hit 39 home runs and drove in 98 in 1971, finishing 12th in the NL Most Valuable Player voting.

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Mantle hits 565-foot home run | Baseball Hall of Fame

“Somebody once asked me if I ever went up to the plate trying to hit a home run. I said, ‘Sure, every time.’” said Mickey Mantle. Two years to the day after his MLB debut – on April 17, 1953 – future Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle hit one of the furthest recorded home runs in history. It ...

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Baseball History, American History and You | Baseball Hall ...

We play it as kids, we watch it and listen to it as adults, and we pass down our love of the Game through generations. Baseball is an American family tradition. This Game is closely tied to us in a very personal way, but what you may not realize is how much it is also tied to history. Often referred ...

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Online Exhibits | Baseball Hall of Fame

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Ford breaks Ruth’s World Series scoreless innings streak ...

Just like the Bambino was synonymous with home runs, Ford was known for winning big games. Nicknamed “The Chairman of the Board” for the way he controlled the game, Ford won 236 games – the most wins in Yankees history.

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Voting Rules History | Baseball Hall of Fame

Since 1936, the Baseball Writers' Association of America has held the exclusive voting privilege to consider recently retired players for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.. In the 75-plus years of voting since, the process has evolved to reflect updated rules, most notably changes to the eligibility criteria and qualifications for earning election.The electorate has remained with the BBWAA ...

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Diamond Mines | Baseball Hall of Fame

Find us. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME | 607-547-7200 | Fax: 607-547-0398

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Bob Gibson wills Cardinals to Game 7 victory in 1964 World ...

All empires must eventually come to an end, but the St. Louis Cardinals needed every ounce of effort to topple baseball’s greatest dynasty. The 1964 World Series marked a turning point in the history of the game. It was the last Fall Classic for Hall of Fame legends Whitey Ford and Mickey Mantle ...

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Clemente, Roberto | Baseball Hall of Fame

“He played a kind of baseball that none of us had ever seen before… As if it were a form of punishment for everyone else on the field.” – Roger Angell The numbers he assembled over 18 big league seasons tell the story of a complete ballplayer. The story of Roberto Clemente, however, goes beyond mere numbers.

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Ford C. Frick Award | Baseball Hall of Fame

The Ford C. Frick Award is presented annually to a broadcaster for "major contributions to baseball." The award, named after the late broadcaster, National League President, Commissioner, and Hall of Famer, has been presented annually since 1978. Frick was a driving force behind the creation of the ...

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Stargell blasts longest home run in Olympic Stadium ...

Asked to describe the talents of Hall of Famer Willie Stargell, fellow inductee Sparky Anderson famously said the Pirates slugger had “power enough to hit home runs in any park, including Yellowstone.” While Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, home of the Expos, didn’t possess the acreage of America ...

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Former slugger Dick Allen one step from Cooperstown ...

In an era where run production decreased across baseball, Dick Allen fashioned numbers that left him with a permanent place in the game’s record book. Now, Allen stands on the verge of a permanent place in Cooperstown. Allen, who played 15 seasons for the Phillies, Cardinals, Dodgers, White Sox ...

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Lombardi, Ernie | Baseball Hall of Fame

Catcher Ernie Lombardi would appear to be the kind of tall tale scouts like to invent when they are sitting through a rain delay. Everything about the longtime Reds star seemed larger than life. He had one of the best arms in baseball, the kind of arm that tempted scouts at times to make him a pitcher. He had hands that seemed to almost make a catcher’s mitt superfluous.

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Ted Williams’ piloting skills save slugger in Korea ...

Ted Williams’ exploits on the baseball diamond are legendary. But his work as a member of the Marine Corps made him an American icon. On Feb. 19, 1953, Williams crash-landed his Navy F9F Panther jet following a mission in Korea. The plane was damaged by anti-aircraft fire, but Williams survived ...

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Virtual Field Trips | Baseball Hall of Fame

Prior to scheduling a Virtual Field Trip, please take some time to review our curriculum offerings.Virtual Field Trips last approximately one hour (but can be lengthened or shortened based on the needs of the class), and include a virtual tour of the Hall of Fame, and an interactive discussion and/or activity designed to reinforce the key concepts of the selected topic.

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Hall of Fame Players Who Have Won The World Series ...

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Jamie Moyer scouting report, 1984 March 03 | Digital ...

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME | 607-547-7200 | Fax: 607-547-2044

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At 20, Kaline becomes youngest batting crown winner ...

The next season, Kaline drove in a career-best 128 runs and hit .314. And though he would never again win a batting title, Kaline retired after the 1974 season with a .297 batting average, 399 home runs and 1,582 RBI.

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