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Old 05-11-2015, 08:21 PM
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Not sure if any of you have ever seen this but it is very cool. Use your keyboard arrow keys to move around the different exhibits.
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Very cool. Thanks for posting it.
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Not sure if any of you have ever seen this but it is very cool. Use your keyboard arrow keys to move around the different exhibits.
https://www.google.com/maps/@42.6997...5L5w5Q!2e0!3e5
Being from CT I've been to the Hall about 12 times by now. I don't get tired of it though the town has changed big time. No more nostalgic shops. Especially since the Field of Dreams opened up a town over so there's little leaguers running around the town during the summer. All there is t-shirt and souvenir shops.

When we were younger there used to be a bunch of shops that you could actually find pre-war cards in and uniforms, equipment, etc. No more. Lots of shops have come and gone.

Cooperstown diner is the best and most economically friendly too (hows that work ?). Get the big cheeseburger OMG !

There's only one shop Yaz's that you can find some t206's or batter-ups in. The old dude there named Dave is pretty cool and would usually cut you a deal. I got a Cobb strip card off of him that is at PSA right now being graded thanks to Luke Keeler.

The hall itself remains amazing though. If you've never been it's a MUST.
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Bob, thanks for posting it
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Good stuff!!
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When we were younger there used to be a bunch of shops that you could actually find pre-war cards in and uniforms, equipment, etc. No more. Lots of shops have come and gone.
Baseball Nostalgia has been in town since 1974 and they still offer some vintage along with other items you won't find anywhere else . One of the first baseball-specific stores in Cooperstown.
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