National Baseball Hall of Fame

Tax return shows accelerating recovery for the baseball shrine

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Josh Rawitch, president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Fisher and Russo also discuss Glazer family’s move to consider selling Premier League giants Manchester United, initial business results from the start of the 2022 men’s Fifa World Cup, Bob Iger’s return to lead the Walt Disney Co. and the impact on ESPN, revived dealmaking in youth sports, and Major League Baseball’s offseason free agency period.

Executives, other non-players to have candidacies reviewed more regularly

Shrine records sizable boost in charitable contributions

Diamondbacks executive has spent more than a quarter century in baseball

The late Marvin Miller, Jeter, two others to receive delayed recognition

Longtime executive at baseball shrine comes back for three-month transition

Longtime baseball executive held the post for less than two years

Pandemic scuttles long-expected tourism bonanza to Cooperstown

Baseball shrine extends slide in incoming charitable contributions

Baseball shrine pushes pair of panels to late 2021

Baseball shrine had been closed for more than three months

The cancellation of the Baseball Hall of Fame's Induction Weekend and the Little League World Series this summer are leaving big economic holes in the small communities that play host to the marquee events.

Baseball shrine to hold Derek Jeter-headlined event in July 2021

Longtime star and current executive falls one vote short of unanimous election

Barry M. Bloom looks at the story of how Marvin Miller, the late former executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, has finally been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

During the late Miller's lifetime, he helped usher in free agency and series of other sweeping economic reforms for baseball players

Figures are down from record-level totals in 2017, but still historically high for baseball shrine