The Newest Hall of Fame Members Are Here

New Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees, Plus Winter Hot Spots For You!

New Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees, Plus Winter Hot Spots For You!

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The Newest Hall of Fame Members Are Here

We are excited to announce that three baseball greats are proud new members of the Baseball Hall of Fame! The Class of 2017 embodies everything America’s favorite pastime is about:

Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez

Rodríguez appeared in more games as a catcher — 2,427 over 21 seasons — than any player in big league history. A 14-time All-Star Game selection, Rodriguez played for…

Tim Raines

Raines, also known as ‘the Rock,’ stole 808 bases (the most of anyone not in the Hall of Fame) during his career and is one of baseball’s most celebrated leadoff hitters and baserunners…

Jeff Bagwell

This dynamo first basemen spent his entire career playing for the Houston Astros. A member of the “Killer B’s” lineup, Bagwell was voted the National League Most Valuable Player in 1994…

Join Us For Induction Weekend

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating their accomplishments this Induction Weekend, July 28-31 in Cooperstown! The weekend is packed with great baseball activities. On Friday, July 28 at 8 a.m., play ball with Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith and raise money for the Hall of Fame’s educational and youth leadership programs. On Saturday, head to the Hall of Fame Awards Presentation at Doubleday Field at 4:30 p.m, followed by the Parade of Legends, when baseball greats will parade down Cooperstown’s Main Street in trucks provided by the Ford Motor Company.
Top it all off with a memorable Induction Ceremony on Sunday, July 30 at 1:30 p.m. at the Clark Sports Center. There’s lots to look forward to, so start planning your trip today!
Winter in Cooperstown

Celebrate Winter in Otsego County!

Don’t grit your teeth and get through the winter – celebrate the coldest season in Otsego County! This year marks the 50th anniversary of Cooperstown’s Winter Carnival. Join us January 27-February 4 for sledding races, snowman building competitions, delicious cook-offs, and more. And since one winter carnival is never enough, head to Richfield Springs’ Winter Carnival from 1/26-2/5.
Where to Stay
Fan Favorites:
Find your Cooperstown home away from home with weekly vacation rentalsCooperstown Luxury offers waterfront oases and wooded retreats.
Want to be close to all the action while enjoying that small-town feel? Check out Quarry Hill’s timeless in-town rentals or enjoy a farm stay at Southwind Farm, a great family experience.
Upcoming Community Events
Snow Tubing
What’s better than sledding? Snow tubing!
Enjoy snow tubing at Glimmerglass State Park, available weekends through February 19th.
Tubes are provided and entrance costs $5
per person per day. Children under 13 must
be accompanied by an adult.
The Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD
Banish the cold with a riveting opera performance indoors! Every month the Foothills Performing Arts Center in Oneonta hosts the Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD. You can catch performances of Romeo and Juliette on January 21, and Rusalka on February 25.
Cooperstown & Otsego County
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Contact Information
20 Chestnut Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Phone: (607) 322-4046
[email protected]

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