National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Daily Calendar

National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Daily Calendar

National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Daily Calendar
The Cooperstown Collection
Sellers Publishing, 2014

If you haven’t looked at a calendar lately, you may not be aware that there are only 35 days left until Christmas. Don’t worry, though, Sellers Publishing has the perfect gift for the baseball fan on your list: the National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Daily Calendar. Each day of the year provides information and trivia for die-hard baseball fans, beginning with a collage of 19th century memorabilia on January 1 (Hank Greenberg‘s birthday) through December 31, with the somber remembrance of Roberto Clemente‘s fatal mission to Nicaragua.

Trivia questions are scattered through the pages; member plaques, baseball cards, uniforms and other memorabilia are displayed throughout the year. This calendar, officially licensed by Major League Baseball and the Hall of Fame, is sure to delight fans young and old who hunger for historical knowledge and who miss the game terribly during the off-season.

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Purchase the National Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 Daily Calendar.

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Posted on November 19, 2014, in baseball, reviews and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’ve had this desk calendar for the past two years, and I literally gave the 2013 Calendar the “Krusty The Klown Seal Of Approval” back in July, 2013:

    http://shlabotnikreport.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/review-2013-baseball-hall-of-fame-desk-calendar/

    It’s a tremendously fun calendar, but it’s important to note that it’s not a calendar to get each and every year. They repeated many of the images between 2013 and 2014, and I don’t expect 2015 to be any different, so I’ll be going with something else, perhaps “365 Afrikaans Words A Year” or some such.

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