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On this Day in Georgia Sports History…..

 September 25, 2017:

On this day in 2010, Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox of the Atlanta Braves won his 2,500th game as a major league manager, becoming just the fourth manager ever to reach the milestone. In the game, played at Washington's Nationals Park,...
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Holiday Contests!

Halloween is slowly approaching, but don't wait until it's too late to enter the wonderful contests we have here at the Hall of Fame! There will be a Kids Pumpkin Decorating Contest in which you can color and accessorize your pumpkin however you choose! There will...
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Updated High School Section!

Our High School sports section is always one of visitor’s favorites! Being able to recognize your high school or even athletes from some of the photos makes the exhibit a hit. In addition to...

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Summer Admission Special!

GSHF Admission Special!

Starting June 1st every Wednesday the Hall of Fame will offer a summer discount on admission! Adults will be just $5.00 each and with every paying adult you get 1 child FREE! Come enjoy our interactive area featuring a basketball court with 4 goals, sports...
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New Exhibit Featuring the Alternative Baseball Organization, Inc.

April is Autism Awareness Month and the Hall of Fame is currently displaying a featured exhibit on the Alternative Baseball Organization. The ABO is an organization founded by 21-year-old Taylor Duncan from Dallas, Georgia. Duncan was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) when he was four-years-old, as...
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John Schuerholz Elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame

schuerholzjohnGeorgia Sports Hall of Fame Alumni John Schuerholz was voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, December 4th. Schuerholz, who is known for managing the Atlanta Braves during their most successful run in Braves history, was inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of...
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HOMETOWN TEAMS

Hometown Teams program cover

Georgia Humanities presents Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America, a traveling exhibition from Museum on Main Street

Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America will travel across Georgia from March 2016 through October 2017.

This interactive exhibition...

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AT&T BECOMES PLATINUM PARTNER WITH GSHF

AT&T Partnership cropAT&T's Regional Director Terry Smith, met with the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame's Operations Coordinator, Jim McLendon, and GSHF Foundation Board member, Bobby Pope, on Wednesday, July 29th to present the GSHF with a check for $7,500. The contribution is part of AT&T's Platinum...
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