The resignation of its president is part of a larger concern at the Hall of Fame.
If it seems no one wants to see your collection, you’re not alone. Three years after the completion of a $20 million renovation, attendance records are not falling at baseball’s top shrine.
This week’s resignation of National Baseball Hall of Fame president Dale Petroskey over financial management decisions is apparently a symbol of some concern over the Hall’s bottom line.
No one is painting a grim picture of the future of Cooperstown, New York’s top tourist attraction just yet, however.
The local paper reports that emberships are up but recent financial reports do show some red ink.