Alex Torres’ isoBLOX® Protective Cap Goes On Exhibit at Cooperstown

Alex Torres of the San Diego Padres made history June 21 when he became the first player to wear the new, MLB-approved isoBLOX® Protective Cap in a regular season baseball game. Torres unexpectedly donned the protective hat when called to the mound by manager Bud Black in the top of the eighth inning that Saturday […]

Luckiest Man Exhibit A Tribute To Lou Gehrig And Pete Frates

To commemorate one of the greatest speeches in American history, the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center has opened a new exhibit, “The Luckiest Man,” a tribute to Lou Gehrig’s iconic farewell 75 years ago. The simplicity and humility of Gehrig’s speech still resonate today, especially with the heightened  awareness of the terrible disease that […]

Baseball Integration Tied To Football In New Film

One of the landmark moments not for just sports, but for civil rights in America, occurred in 1947 when Brooklyn Dodgers General Manager Branch Rickey signed Jackie Robinson to a contract and made Robinson the first player in the modern era of baseball to break the color line. While there were players of color in […]