Skip Navigation

Home Projects Publications Archives About Sign Up or Log In

Browse Resources

(1 classification) (4 resources)

Baseball players -- United States

Finance (1)

View Resource National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

With only a few short days before the start of spring training, Scout Report readers may enjoy taking in some of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's website. First-time visitors may want to begin by looking at some of the very nice online exhibits offered here. Some of the more delightful exhibits include the history of the baseball uniform as well as programs from World Series past....
View Resource Despite rumbles of popular discontent, Barry Bonds appears poised to pass Ruth’s home run record shortly

A big year for Babe NPR: Babe Ruth Gave Home Runs Their Due [Real Player] Special Report: Comparing Bonds, Ruth, Aaron Why Selig Should Be There For...
View Resource Historic Baseball Resources

The Library of Congress is ready to take die-hard baseball fans out to the (virtual) ballgame with this cornucopia of digital resources related to America's favorite pastime. Visitors can get started by looking through the "Baseball History" facts on the right-hand side of the homepage, and then dive on in to some of the featured collections, which include "Baseball Cards, 1887-1914", the...
View Resource Historic Baseball Resources: Library of Congress

It's spring and baseball season is here. So why not see what the Library of Congress has to say about America's pastime? A great place to start is Baseball History offering important dates and facts, complete with links to primary documents and other items in the Library's collections. After that, navigate to the Baseball Cards, 1887-1914 area. Here you can look over 2,000 cards that document...