Preserving History. Honoring Excellence. Connecting Generations.
I ARRIVE AT THE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME IN COOPERSTOWN WHERE I AM MET BY MY HOST SCOT MONDORE.
ELWOOD WAS THRILLED TO BE GOING INTO THE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME. HIS FIRST STOP WAS AT THE TICKET COUNTER WHERE HE PICKED UP HIS PASS AND I.D. FOR THE DURATION OF HIS VISIT.

I GET MY CRASH COURSE IN THE GREAT AMERICAN PASSTIME.

ELWOOD BRUSHES UP ON THE FINER POINTS OF BASEBALL WITH THE HELP OF MANAGER OF EDUCATION PAT LAFOND. ON THIS DAY HE WOULD GAIN VALUABLE INFORMATION THAT WOULD MAKE HIS VISIT ALL THE MORE ENJOYABLE.

I MAKE ONE MORE STOP BEFORE I ENTER THE CORRIDORS OF THE IMMORTALS.

ELWOOD WAS INVITED TO A SENIOR MANAGEMENT MEETING TO SEE WHAT MAKES THE MUSEUM RUN SO SMOOTHLY. HE TAKES A CHANCE TO TALK TO SR. VP BILL HAASE AND PRESIDENT DALE PETROSKEY.

ELWOOD FINDS OUT THAT IT TAKES A STAFF OF 80 PEOPLE TO KEEP THE MUSEUM GOING AND IN THE BUSY SEASON UP TO 200 PEOPLE.

I MAKE MY FIRST STOP AT THE MUSEUM'S BAT COLLECTION.

RULES ARE RULES AND EVEN ELWOOD IS NO EXCEPTION. REGARDLESS OF WHO YOU ARE, SECURITY MANDATES THAT BEFORE YOU CAN TOUCH A PIECE OF HISTORY YOU MUST SIGN IN. ELWOOD WAS MORE THAN PLEASED TO SIGN HIS "JOHN HANCOCK".

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