EDITOR'S NOTE: NATIONAL PASTIME IS NO LONGER IN BUSINESS. THANKS FOR ALL THE GREAT BASEBALL "MEMORIES!"
Walking by National Pastime and seeing a child stare in awe at the one--of-a-kind baseball memorabilia residing in the large Main Street storefront windows happens all too often.
Whether the child is eight-years-old or 75, baseball aficionados know that National Pastime is a store for the serious baseball fan. Unlike a few of the newer Cooperstown baseball-themed shops that get by on cheaper, trendy merchandise (most Cooperstown stores with a baseball theme present their merchandise well, however), National Pastime, year after year, stays focused and consistent in its theme offering baseball cards, photos, autographs, prints and posters, original paintings and other stunning memorabilia that will give one goose bumps the size of baseballs. It's like going through the retail version of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, albeit within much tighter confines than that famed and life-enhancing esteemed institution right down the street.
National Pastime knows unique merchandise can exist with more conventional items in the form of clothing, gift boxes and other souvenirs. It all makes for a thrilling "one-stop" baseball shopping experience, firmly committed to a local, independently- owned business committed to excellence in the Village of Cooperstown.
With a steady flow of customers and a knowledgeable, passionate staff, it's easy to spend a good deal of time in National Pastime. Stare in the window, and walk right in to one of Cooperstown's most beloved baseball retail shops.
For more information on National Pastime, visit its Web Site by clicking here
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