Legends of Baseball® 21st Season in Cooperstown.
The Legends Of Baseball Is A Baseball Experience The Whole Family Can Enjoy.
This year will be our 21st season of hosting tournaments in Cooperstown. With camp sizes of 8 to 12 teams, each team will play between 7 and 11 games weather permitting.
To make your experience even more enjoyable, invite your son or father to join you for the week. We allow family members under the age of 30 the opportunity to play with their fathers and grandfathers. However, pitching is limited to the over 30 crowd. Sharing the love of the game and creating memories that will last a lifetime is what makes our tournaments unique.
Our participants are "Men of Good Cheer" who can come together to participate in the grand old game of baseball in a competitive, yet friendly environment. Good sportsmanship and camaraderie are a must. We make every attempt to equalize the talent of the various teams so that all competition will be on as "level a playing field" as possible. The Legends of Baseball wants everyone to catch the "Spirit of the Game" and enjoy our tournaments to the fullest.
So, bring your family, bring your friends and enjoy a week in Cooperstown, as this is one baseball experience you don't want to miss!! As we say, "You're never too old to play the game℠."
legends of baseball news and announcements
January 15, 2013
GROUNDSKEEPER JOE HARRIS RETIRED FROM DOUBLEDAY FIELD Joe Harris retired at the end of November, 2012, after 23 years of grounds keeping at historic Doubleday Field for the Village of Cooperstown.
He lost count years ago, but based on our records, we estimate that Joe has had a hand in grooming the field and laying out the baselines for more than 5,000 ball games over his career.
Since 1989, Joe has raked the dirt, mowed the grass, pulled dandelions, cursed the Creepin... more
September 17, 2012
Sept. 2012 Div. 1 Champs. The Mets, Managed by Cliff Archer