The Daily Star
---- — Do you want your child to get candy from baseball legends?
On Halloween, Oct. 31, the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown will be admitting children in costume and their adult guardians for free from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., where they will be led on a trick-or-treat tour through the hall of fame.
The trick-or-treaters will encounter the spirits of famous hall of famers, who will be giving out their favorite candies. Some of the legends appearing will be George Herman Ruth, handing out Baby Ruth bars, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, handing out M&M’s, Ted Williams, Handing out B.B. Bats, Pop Lloyd, handing out Pop Rocks, and many more members of the museum’s All-Halloween candy team.
The candy will be provided with the support of Price Chopper Supermarkets.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame will be celebrating it’s 75th Anniversary in 2014. More information on this and other events can be found at baseballhall.org or by calling 888-425-5633.