Newly inducted Baseball Hall of Famers take part on Baseball Hall of Fame Roundtable event and share their thoughts about induction day.
Cooperstown was filled with fans and Hall of Famers the weekend when six new members were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
When a baseball signed by 11 members of the 1939 Baseball Hall of Fame Class sold in an SCP Auctions’ sale, it shattered the record for a signed baseball.
When Trevor Hoffman was in the Cincinnati Reds organization he was switched from a shortstop to a pitcher, a move that eventually led to the Hall of Fame.
After a long and memorable major league career Jim Thome was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible.
Vladimir Guerrero was notorious for being able to hit pitches that were out of the strike zone, and it helped earn him a trip to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
When Jack Morris was given the baseball to pitch during his career he did it the old fashioned way, by eating innings and winning games.
After waiting 16 years, Alan Trammell finally received the call from the Baseball Hall of Fame informing him that he was going to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Bob Costas first developed his love for baseball while listening to games on his dad’s car radio when he was a kid. That eventually led to a Hall of Fame announcing career.
Four new members were elected by baseball writers to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame – Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman.