We're grateful to Major League Baseball for making an annual Hall of Fame Game possible for so many years but we also understand their enormous scheduling challenge today, which makes continuing this exhibition game impossibleCubs, Padres in final Hall of Fame game Jan 29, 2008
Lon Simmons has been among the most respected major league broadcasters in the Bay Area for more than four decadesSimmons named Hall of Fame broadcaster Feb 27, 2004
We believe your very public criticism of President Bush at this important -- and sensitive -- time in our nation's history helps undermine the U.S. position, which ultimately could put our troops in even more dangerAnalysis: Garofalo-bashing? Apr 10, 2003
Ted's passing signals a sad day, not only for baseball fans, but for every American. He was a cultural icon, a larger-than-life personality. He was great enough to become a Hall of Fame player. He was caring enough to be the first Hall of Famer to call for the inclusion of Negro League stars in Cooperstown. He was brave enough to serve our country as a Marine in not one, but two conflicts. Ted Williams is a hero for all generationsWilliams remembered as American icon Jul 05, 2002
Dale Petroskey (born August 17, 1955) is the Executive Vice President of Marketing for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club. He is a former executive of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the National Geographic Society, and a former political appointee in the Administration of US President Ronald Reagan.
He graduated from Michigan State University in 1978, and worked in the White House from 1985-1987 as Assistant Press Secretary under Ronald Reagan. He later served 11 years as a senior executive at the National Geographic Society.
Petroskey was elected to the Presidency of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in 1999.