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Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

Join us for Induction Weekend 2019 for a baseball getaway you won't soon forget!

Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend

The National Baseball Hall of Fame brings baseball fans and the game's most prestigious names together each summer for the Hall of Fame Induction Weekend in Cooperstown. Plan for the weekend's festivities here, from the ceremony to inductees to where to stay. Hall of Fame Weekend 2019 will be held July 19-22 in Cooperstown, with the annual Induction Ceremony to be held at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 21 at the Clark Sports Center. The ceremony is free of charge, but we recommend that you arrive as early as possible to claim a spot on the lawn with a blanket or a chair. Join us in Cooperstown to meet the legends of baseball and celebrate your love of America's pastime. Over four dozen Baseball Hall of Famers and 1000's of visitors return to Cooperstown every year to honor the newest inductees to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The weekend is packed with festivities including an induction ceremony, award presentation, the parade of legends, roundtable discussions, and even the opportunity to meet and play ball with some of baseballs greats. Come to Cooperstown, where dreams can come true!

Hall of Fame Weekend 2019 will be held July 19-22 in Cooperstown, with the annual Induction Ceremony to be held at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 21 at the Clark Sports Center. The ceremony is free of charge, but we recommend that you arrive as early as possible to claim a spot on the lawn with a blanket or a chair.

Join us in Cooperstown to meet the legends of baseball and celebrate your love of America's pastime. Over four dozen Baseball Hall of Famers and 1000's of visitors return to Cooperstown every year to honor the newest inductees to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The weekend is packed with festivities including an induction ceremony, award presentation, the parade of legends, roundtable discussions, and even the opportunity to meet and play ball with some of baseballs greats. Come to Cooperstown, where dreams can come true!

2019 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees

Roy Halladay pitched 16 seasons for the Blue Jays and Philies, winning Cy Young Awards in 2003 and 2010 and finishing in the Top 5 of his league's Cy Young Award voting in five other seasons. An eight-time All-Star, Halladay threw two no-hitters for the Phillies during the 2010 season, the first a perfect game against the Marlins on May 29 and then a no-hitter against the Reds in Game 1 of the NLDS, making Halladay the second pitcher in postseason history to throw a no-hitter following Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.

Edgar Martínez played 18 seasons, all with the Seattle Mariners. A seven-time All-Star and five-time Silver Slugger Award, Martínez was a two-time American League batting champion who led the AL in on-base percentage three times. When he retired, Martinez was one of only six players with a .300 batting average, .400 on-base percentage, .500 slugging percentage, 500 doubles and 300 home runs.

Mariano Rivera pitched 19 seasons in the big leagues, all with the New York Yankees, retiring after the 2013 season with a record 652 saves and 952 games finished. A 13-time All-Star, Rivera helped the Yankees win five World Series titles and seven American League pennants. In 96 postseason appearances, Rivera was 8-1 with 42 saves and a 0.70 ERA, winning World Series MVP honors in 1999 and ALCS MVP honors in 2003.

Harold Baines played 22 seasons for the White Sox, Rangers, Athletics, Orioles and Indians, earning six All-Star Game selections. An eight-time .300 hitter who reached the 20-homer mark in 11 seasons, Baines, drove in 90-or-more runs eight times and ranks 34th on the all-time list with 1,628 RBI.

Lee Smith pitched 18 seasons for the Cubs, Red Sox, Cardinals, Yankees, Orioles, Angels, Reds and Expos and retired as MLB's the all-time saves leader, a title he held for 13 seasons. Smith's 478 saves currently rank third all-time, as do his 802 games finished. A seven-time All-Star, Smith led his league in saves four times and reached the 30-save mark in 10 seasons.

Mike Mussina had a .638 winning percentage based on a 270-153 record with a 3.68 earned run average and 2,813 strikeouts over 18 seasons combined with the Baltimore Orioles and the Yankees. The right-hander was 39 years of age in 2008 when he became the oldest pitcher to record a 20-victory season (20-9) for the first time. "Moose," who was elected in his sixth year on the BBWAA ballot, won 15 or more games 11 times and took some seven Gold Glove Awards for fielding.

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