The Sizzle Begins Today For Hall’s 75th Birthday

The Sizzle Begins Today

For Hall’s 75th Birthday

Donald Moore, Endicott, a 23-year member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, traverses Cooperstown's Main Street this morning, soaking in the mounting sizzle at the 75th anniversary weekend gets underway.  With him is pal Tom Olshefski.  The street was closed to traffic, and some MLB stars were already signing autographs.  (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Donald Moore, Endicott, a 23-year member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, traverses Cooperstown’s Main Street this morning, soaking in the mounting sizzle at the 75th anniversary weekend gets underway. With him is pal Tom Olshefski. The street was closed to traffic, and some MLB stars were already signing autographs. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)

 

The smell of grilling Italian sausage is wafting up and down Main Street.  In front of Danny's, proprietor Phil Andrews (who also owns Nicoletta's, next door) was manning the grill himself.
The smell of grilling Italian sausage is wafting up and down Main Street. In front of Danny’s, proprietor Phil Andrews (who also owns Nicoletta’s, next door) was manning the grill himself.
Among the visitors are the Kump grandchildren, whose grandparents, Trudy and Joseph Kump have a summer camp on Franklin Mountain, south of Oneonta.  Posing with the famed otter in front of the Riverwood gift shop are, from left, are the Checchio siblings, Olivia, 9, Jake, 10,and Kyle, 9, visiting with their parents from Warren, N.J.  Dad Carl is a Yankees fan.
Among the visitors are the Kump grandchildren, whose grandparents, Trudy and Joseph Kump have a summer camp on Franklin Mountain, south of Oneonta. Posing with the famed otter in front of the Riverwood gift shop are, from left, are the Checchio siblings, Olivia, 9, Jake, 10,and Kyle, 9, visiting with their parents from Warren, N.J. Dad Carl is a Yankees fan.