Cooperstown dreams park est. 1996


The “Where Are They Now" program has developed over the years to highlight the accomplishments of our alumni. To date, over 200,000 players, coaches and umpires from communities all over the country have experienced the summer tradition found only at Cooperstown Dreams Park.

Since our beginning in 1996, Cooperstown Dreams Park has done much more than host baseball tournaments. The Dreams Park program has also been a conduit for all of our players, coaches and umpires to create lifelong memories, learn the value of good sportsmanship and to garner a sense of pride, dignity and accomplishment. It is these principles, more than any home runs or no-hitters, that are the true legacy of Cooperstown Dreams Park and they are prime building blocks of the young men and women our alumni become.



Profiles of our featured alumni can be found by clicking on the the player names in the Player Bio section below. Forms are available for alumni to submit their information for inclusion online. We encourage all American Youth Baseball Hall of Famers to participate.



Dreams Park alumni are also eligible for participation in our Ambassador Program as Stewards of the Game, a unique program designed to reintegrate them into the Dreams Park community and share their experiences from their time at Dreams Park. We are proud of all of our Hall of Famers and offer the "Where Are They Now" program as an opportunity for them to receive recognition for their accomplishments on and off the field.




Three American Youth Baseball Hall of Famers were recognized at the end of the 2012 Major League Baseball season for their achievements on the Diamond.Just 20 games and three weeks into the 2012 season, Mike Trout was called up from the miners by the Los Angeles Angels.He completed the year with a .326 batting average, 30 home runs, and 83 RBI, while leading the major leagues with 49 stolen bases and 129 runs scored. Mike was selected to the 2012 All-Star Game and became the first rookie to be named Baseball America's Player of the Year.He also won Baseball America's Rookie of theYear honors, becoming the first player to be honored with both awards. Mike completed the 2012 season with American League Rookie of the Year and Silver Slugger honors.

Cooperstown Dreams Park Baseball Player
Cooperstown Dreams Park Baseball Player


Bryce Harper made his major league debut with the Washington Nationals on April 28, 2012. Bryce became the youngest position player in MLB All-Star history to participate in the annual All-Star Game on July 10, 2012. He finished the 2012 season being named National League Rookie of the Year

Cooperstown Dreams Park Baseball Player
Cooperstown Dreams Park Baseball Player


David Price, a pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays, led the American League with an ERA of 2.54 and went 20-5 in 2012, winning the Cy Young Award. He became the first 20-win pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays' franchise and the youngest American League pitcher since 2004 to earn 20 wins.

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Cooperstown Dreams Park Baseball Player
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