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One on One Looks Back at Hall of Fame Weekend in Cooperstown

by Kris Venezia, Kenny Ducey, Nick Logerfo
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

Neil R, Flickr

For most people history stays in the past as a distance memory, or a story handed down from generations. For a small hidden town called Cooperstown in upstate New York, history comes alive once a year for Hall of Fame weekend. Baseball greats are immortalized in this town that is as much a part of baseball as hotdogs and cracker jacks. A year removed from a Hall of Fame weekend that didn’t see a single person inducted, six baseball greats came to Cooperstown to take their rightful place in history.

MLB FanCave Dwellers on One on One

by Mack Rosenberg

When Alex and I walked into the MLB Fan Cave this past Saturday afternoon to host One on One, it was a pretty cool experience. You can't miss the cave monster, an 18 TV giant sitting opposite a custom made couch that may be about 18 feet long. It's all there for the Cave Dwellers, the fans picked at the beginning of the season to watch all 2430 major league baseball regular season games. It's truly astonishing what these fans have to do, and there is a reason why there's only four left.