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- Wednesday, August 21, 2013
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Fingers to host Otesaga Senior Open
His big league career was built on helping others - preserving 341 wins for teammates. This September, Rollie Fingers will reprise his most famous role in Cooperstown, helping a group of special students and connecting with fans at the 31st annual Otesaga Hotel Seniors Open and Pro-Am Golf Tournament.Continued ...
- Thursday, August 15, 2013
Race encourages being a 'Superior Example'
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Clark Sports Center teamed up for the second annual BASE Race on Sunday.Continued ...
BASE Race winners
The results of the BASE Race held in Cooperstown.Continued ...
- Sunday, August 11, 2013
CCS golfer, Trosset, makes PGA Junior Championship
Teddy Trosset, who was the top golfer for CCS last season as an eighth grader, was invited to play in the Northeastern New York Section PGA 8th Annual Junior Golf Tournament Championship on Saturday at the Glens Falls Country Club in Queensbury, N.Y.Continued ...
- Yankees Family Days set
BASE Race returns with opportunities for runners, volunteers and fans
For more than a year, athletes of all ages have pledged to live free of performance-enhancing substances through the Be A Superior Example program at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and MuseumContinued ...
HOF visitors approve of A-Rod suspension
Fans outside the National Baseball of Fame weighed in on various topics surrounding the suspension of New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez by Major League Baseball on Monday.Continued ...
Sports Center hosts 6th annual strongman competition
The Clark Sports Center hosted its sixth annual Vis Vires Outdoor Strongman Competition on Saturday.Continued ...
- Thursday, August 1, 2013
Small crowd sees induction of O'Day, Ruppert, White
According to the HOF, 2,500 fans heard speeches by Dennis McNamara, Anne Vernon and Jerry Watkins. McNamara, Vernon and Watkins are descendants of Hank O'Day, Jacob Ruppert and Deacon White, respectively. O'Day, Ruppert and White earned induction into the Hall of Fame via a Pre-Integration Committee Era election this past December.Continued ...
Saturday awards draw 700 to Doubleday
About 700 fans showed up to Doubleday Field on Saturday to see the National Baseball Hall of Fame's third annual awards presentation.Continued ...
Dog Days of Summer golf tournament raises more than $1,000
The Leatherstocking Womenâ€™s Golf Association held a member/guest tournament that was a fundraiser for the Susquehanna SPCA. The July 16 event raised more than $1,000 and many items were donated to the shelter for the dogs and cats.Continued ...
- Thursday, July 25, 2013
Player of the Year Rowley sets sights on D-I soccer
Rowley becomes the first player to earn back-to-back outright Player of the Year honors from The Daily Star in boys soccer.Continued ...
A look back at how Cooperstown became a baseball Mecca
Even though he was surrounded on this day by a galaxy of stars, Babe Ruth always seemed to shine the brightest in the eyes of baseball fans. And so it came as no surprise when, after being honored along with the greatest stars his sport had ever known, it was the Bambino's surprising appearance with bat in hand that brought down the house.Continued ...
The Wizard will 'PLAY ball' for fundraiser
Ozzie Smith spent 19 big league seasons revolutionizing the way shortstops played defense. But since his Hall of Fame induction in 2002, The Wizard has become a champion of another cause close to his heart: Education.Continued ...
- Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Hall of Fame Weekend stars await their moment in the sun
In total, six baseball luminaries will be honored, and the Hall of Fame will welcome three new inductees during Hall of Fame Induction Weekend, Friday through Sunday in Cooperstown. On Monday, the families of inductees and award winners had one last chance to share their stories and thoughts with the media on the upcoming weekend.Continued ...
Area boat team wins gold medal
A local team has made it to the top of the podium in only its third competition at a regional event.Continued ...
Breaking a barrier
Baseball may be regarded as America's Pastime, but in baseball-crazed Puerto Rico, the sport is the past, present and future.Continued ...
- Thursday, July 18, 2013
Coop grad looks to bolster fishing business
Brent Murdock, a 1997 CCS graduate, has been a licensed hunting and fishing guide since he was a teenager. But he recently launched a Facebook page for his business, Otsego Bounty, with the help of his fiancé Kacey Connor.Continued ...
- Thursday, July 11, 2013
Bassett surgeon sees increase in foot injuries
Stress fractures of the foot are becoming more common in runners, especially first-time marathoners, according to Bassett podiatric surgeon, Michael Bahlatzis.Continued ...