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June 14, 2014

You can now tour baseball’s hallowed halls through Google Street View

by John_A

Mickey Cochrane and Pinky Whitney in a close call at home base

So far, you’ve had to swing by Cooperstown to pay homage at the National Baseball Hall of Fame — not very practical if you’re a West coast fan. Thankfully, you can honor those sports legends from home now that the Hall of Fame and its museum have landed in Google’s Cultural Institute. The addition lets you browse through the museum’s classic jerseys and other memorabilia in Street View. If you’d rather not do the virtual legwork, there are two photo galleries that show how baseball has evolved over the decades. It’s doubtful that a virtual trip will evoke as much nostalgia as the real thing, but it’s certainly easier than booking a flight.

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Source: Google Cultural Institute

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