Fans of America's Pastime have been making the pilgrimage to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York for 75 years. Starting today, you can visit virtually from anywhere in the world. Find favorite legends in the Plaque Gallery on Street View, and explore two galleries of high-resolution photos from the Majors and beyond. http://goo.gl/q0Cj4h
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- Cool storyhit me up when you can actually refute what I said. Otherwise please stop making yourself look like an idiot in front of everyone.Jun 14, 2014
There is no other sport where players pretend to be seriously injured in order to gain favor with the referee. Its shameful.
Oh and let's not forget the "king" of your feable sport.
I'm not making myself look like an idiot in front of anyone. You're just an internet tough guy who has a chip on their shoulder against Americans. You started it. You're the one making yourself look like an idiot, you
xenophobe. You're a pathetic bigot. You are a shame to your country. I'd love to see you go on like this in America and get your bloody ass beat.Jun 14, 2014
- no u.
On a sidenote, I do go on about this in America, since I live in the continent called America.Jun 15, 2014
- They should visit the National Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City for the full picture. ☺Jun 16, 2014
- Wow, so North and South America finally became one, huh? To for a single continent? Oh, no, wait. You just don't know any Geology past preschool.Jun 18, 2014
- America. FinallyJun 18, 2014