Top 11 of ’11

By Craig Muder

It’s been eight days since Game 6 of the World Series, and I still haven’t caught my breath.

Watching that ninth inning – and then the 10th – I kept saying: “This can’t happen; this is not going to happen.” Then, it did.

I had no rooting interest, other than wanting to see great baseball. But that game – and really, this season – surpassed anything I could have hoped for.

The Hall of Fame will celebrate the 2011 campaign with the Top 11 Moments of 2011, which will debut Monday on the Museum’s social media channels. Through photographs and video of artifacts representing the best of 2011, we’ll re-live a season that will be remembered long after the final out of the World Series fell into Allen Craig’s glove.

The Museum accessioned over 30 artifacts from MLB this year, thanks to the unending generosity of players and teams. Through those artifacts, we’ll tell the tales of the most memorable moments, records, and accomplishments during seven months of relentlessly exciting baseball.

It all starts Monday on the Museum’s Facebook page and on Twitter with @BaseballHall.

The season is over, but the memories remain in Cooperstown.

Craig Muder is the director of communications at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

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