National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown reopens to visitors

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown opened its doors to visitors for the first time since March 15 with new protocols to allow for a safe and healthy celebration of the game.

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National Baseball Hall of Fame Health and Safety Tour

I tour the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown along with Hall VP of Communications and Education, Jon Shestakofsky, to view the new health and safety procedures upon reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic. Story from June 26, 2020.

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Breaking News: Syracuse NCAA sanctions announced

On March 6, 2015, Syracuse University had its sanctions from the NCAA come down for academic fraud, drug policy violations, among other things that were found during a 10-year long investigaion against the school’s basketball and football programs.

This was my breaking news report after the sanctions were handed down.

Anchorman Express

It was Halloween 2014, so Mike and I decided to have some fun and do this edition of Sports Express as the news team from “Anchorman.”

It’s a special Anchorman Express starring legendary sportscaster Mike Burgundy, Champ Davidson, Brick Davidson, and Spencer Fantana!

Enjoy, and as always…stay classy!


November 6, 2014 was the Annual “Men Make Dinner Day,” a day where men, who normally don’t do the cooking in their household have the responsibility of cooking a meal for their family.

For this story, I learned how to make a meal from Chef Luke Barrett, Executive Chef/Owner of The Willows of Utica in order to get first hand experience on what it’s like to work in the kitchen (and it was a lot of fun)!

2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Classic PKG

Spencer reporting from Cooperstown, N.Y. during the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Classic, in which six hall of famers, and 28 former MLB players and All-Stars played an exhibition game in front of a sold out crown at Doubleday Field.