Bert Sugar's Baseball Hall of Fame:
A Living History of America's Greatest Game
by Bert Randolph Sugar, Bruce Curtis (Photographer)
This striking volume takes readers deep into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum as never before.
Since opening its doors in 1939, the Museum has welcomed more than 14 million wide-eyed baseball fans (including this writer) through its hallowed halls to experience the rich history of America’s Pastime.
Now, with more than 500 color and black-and-white original and archival photographs—along with engaging and informative commentary by a celebrated sports raconteur—Bert Sugar's Baseball Hall of Fame: A Living History of America's Greatest Game offers a quintessential take-home of the timeless experience of baseball’s spiritual home.
With sequential exhibit photographs complemented by dramatic close-up images of the most fascinating artifacts on display in the Hall—including artifacts used by legends like Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and many more—the Hall of Fame experience is captured in this 320-page commemorative work.