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Great Museums: The National Baseball Hall of Fame

A one-hour video tour of one of nation’s greatest museums, located in Cooperstown, New York.

With the help of a number of members of SABR, I continue to research my pet project from over the winter, the circumstances surrounding Stan Musial wearing the number 19 in spring training 1942. It is because of one of them that I am sharing this post.

Recently, I have also worked with several members of the research staff at The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York and plan to make an archival-focused visit there in the near future. I was hoping to snare a work-related trip to the Hall this past weekend for the induction of Whitey Herzog, but that did not come to pass.

At any rate, not everyone has the opportunity to go through the Hall, but for those who cannot, the following one-hour video is the next best thing. Enjoy!

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