This is the next installment of the photograph collection from my recent trip to Cooperstown, New York.
For “Part 3″ of this series, click here.
As promised, here's the remainder of the photographs that I took of artifacts (and other things to see inside the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) that caught my eye during my last visit.
Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos.
Charlie O'Brien's "Hockey Style" Catcher's Mask - which he was the first to wear.
Charlie Gehringer's bronzed glove.
The opening stage view of "The Baseball Experience" playing in the Grandstand Theater.
Lou Gehrig's locker.
Craig Biggio's batting elbow guard.
Phil Rizzuto's fielding glove.
Spikes worn by Rickey Henderson to steal his career 938th stolen base.
Babe Ruth crown given to Hank Aaron in 1977.
1920 World Series baseball autographed by Bill Wambsganss.
Big cleats worn by CC Sabathia to pitch first game at the "new" Yankee Stadium in 2009.
Special uniform worn by the White Sox in the 1917 World Series.
Suzyn Waldman's scorecard for Game 6 of the 2009 World Series - first time a woman broadcast a World Series.
Glove used by Red Schoendienst in his record setting 1956 season.
Babe Ruth's locker.
Spikes worn by Pete Rose when he became the all-time "Hit King."
Bat used by Paul O'Neill in 1994 when he won the A.L. batting title.
Cover of the scorecard program for the 1903 World Series.
Ticket to Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.
"Lifetime pass" given to Rogers Hornsby by Major League Baseball.
Joe Morgan's fielder's glove.
Miller Huggins' Yankees warm-up sweater circa 1925.
Uniform and equipment worn by Hank Aaron when he hit his 715th career homerun.
The Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph Cup awarded to the winner of N.L. post-season series in 1900 between Pirates & Superbas.
Yankee Stadium ticket booth which was in use through 1973.
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