Adopt Your Favorite Memory


Adoptions start at just $25 per year, per page you would like to adopt. You can have your story displayed on any page within our online collection! Including any of our Daily Events, Players, Parks, Seasons, Teams, and more. Let baseball fans everywhere know that you are helping preserve your great memories for the game you love.

Sound cool!

What does your adoption come with? Once you adopt, you will have a personalized message on the page(s) you select. It is an exclusive message as there is only one adoption per page. The message is highlighted in Yellow, Black and blue and can be up to 250 charicters and will include a link if you so desire. Any links have to be approved by This Day In Baseball. They will be no follow links. All adoptions also come with a digital Apotion Certificate. Featured here and we can send you a framed one for an additional fee.



Looking for ideas?

A tribute to a family member. A Birthday, Christmas or Fathers day gift memorializing a great experience. Your Favorite player. Your Favorite baseball memory. You can also add a link to an approved website or social media profile. Looking for more ideas? Check out the gallery below or our adoption page.


Adopting a page is a fun, fast, and easy way to memorialize your favorite memories. Once your adoption is complete you can:

  • Show your support for your favorite player, season, ballpark or team.
  • Its exclusive, your adoption message is the only one on the page and you can own it permanently
  • It makes a great gift for that hard to buy for person who loves baseball
  • Drum up traffic for your own site, social media account, or business & draw in fans with a common interest
  • Get some well-deserved recognition for your support of This Day In Baseball
  • Make your voice heard by the tens of thousands of people who visit This Day In Baseball every day.
  • Once a page is adopted we take that page to the next level by adding, images, video (if available), audio (if available), links, Newspaper accounts and some fancy SEO. If it is a game we add play by play, line scores, and links to boxs cores. Your adoption will make a difference and help provide a great experience for all future visitors to this day in baseball. 
  • We encourage sharing your sponsored pages once they are finalized

Here’s all you have to do to get involved:

It is as easy as 1-2-3! Find your favorite event, Players, Parks, Seasons, or Teams – putting the event URL in the form below. Type in your message (250 Words or less) and hit send. Once approved, This Day In Baseball will send you a PayPal request, and once it is paid, your adoption goes live within a few days. As someone beaming with pride we ask you share it with your online world once it is complete.

Here is a How to video I made just for you!

Would you like to see some adoption pages? Check them out right here. ADOPTION PAGES



The Player Page has almost no information, why should I ADOPT it? There have been over 19,000 players in MLB history so it is a process. However once you adopt a player and it can be any player here is what happens (before and after video of Andre Dawson’s page), we add images, career stats, noteworthy events and news, biography, audio and video if available. We also do some cool back end tricks to help get the page found. Check out the before and after video and please understand it is your adoption that is going to allow us to bring you this unique content!

Why is there duplicate posts? This Day in Baseball has uploaded 5 various data bases and that has resulted in some duplicate content. FEAR NOT there is only one adoption per event. In cases where there are multiple pages they will be cleaned up with our priority being adopted pages first as we make our way through the content. The initial uploads were completed on October 19, 2019. There are over 60,000 pages on this day in baseball so please be patient on all unadopted pages.

How do I find events? Players? Ball Parks? This Day in Baseball has over 60,000 pages and growing, it is hard to shift through it all. So I recommend you check out this video. If you can’t watch the video, go to the search bar which can be found in the right hand column and in the hamburger on your mobile device. Type in any date, year, player, and the search function will list out every instance with that term in it. Some players like Babe Ruth have allot of items to search through. You can also search categories (PS – this is under development as of 10/20/2019, about 30% of the pages are categorized).

How much is it to Adopt? Please see the price charts below. It starts at $25 for the year.

Can I adoptfor multiple years? Yes you can see that chart below.

Where are adoption messages located? Messages are located before the Post content, please see the examples.

What posts are available for adoption – Our online collection includes: Player Pages, events, days, seasons, ballparks, teams, season recaps and categorizes.

What kind of message can I include on the page I adopt? Your message could be something as simple as “GO BREWERS!” or “In memory of my Dad”, all messages will be reviewed prior to going live on the site. Please use common sense we are not here to censor fans but keep it reasonable. The max word count is 250.

Can I include an image? At this time it is text only however images are in future plans. Stay tuned.

What happens if my message is rejected? You will be contacted by the staff to edit your message. If we cannot come to an agreement on an appropriate message within seven days you will be refunded the cost of adopting the page.

How do I renew my adoption of a page? The adoption is renewable anytime, you will be notified 60 days, 30 days and 7 days before the renewal.

What if I decide I no longer want my message displayed? You can email our Membership and Development team at [email protected] and we will take it down for you.

Can I adopt more than one page? With so many great events in history we offer 5 & 10 page packages as well. That said the message must remain the same to get the discount.

What does my adoption support?  Your adoption supports the history of the game and what it has meant to you. We are bring the content to users in a unique way and you are making it possible for us to curate that content. Events are more than just the box score and players are more than stat lines. We are striving to create a story for every event, day, season, team, and player in the history of the game. There are ongoing costs to maintain the free online database, including data storage, security, internet service, servers and ongoing development and maintenance of the digital asset management software.

What is the long term viability of this day in baseball? This Day in Baseball is formerly,, which you can see on the wayback machine.  The Baseball was founded in 1995 by Dan Holmes who worked for MLB and The Baseball Hall of Fame, the site was acquired by Tom Hannon in 2009. Hannon then sold the site in 2012, and reacquired it in 2018. Hannon bought it back to finish the job he started in 2009 to bring the amazing stories to life via a multi media experience. The content and site dates back almost 25 years and we are promising to the fans to continue to develop it and give you an amazing experience with the ability to be part of it.

If you have additional questions please email me directly [email protected]


Andre Dawson Stats & Facts

Andre Dawson Stats & Facts

Andre Dawson Essentials Primary Positions: OutfieldBats: Right Throws: RightHeight: 6'-3" Weight: 180Born: July 10, 1954 in Miami, FL USADied: Still AliveDebut:  September 11, 1976  vs PITi 2 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SBLast Game: September 29, 1996 vs. HOU 1 AB, 0 H, 0...

Len Koenecke Stats & Facts

Len Koenecke Stats & Facts

Len Koenecke Essentials Positions: CenterfieldBats: Left Throws: RightHeight: 5'-11" Weight: 180Born: Monday, January 18, 1904 in Baraboo, WI USADied: September 17, 1935 in Etobicoke, ON CANBuried: Mount Repose Cemetery, Friendship, WIHigh School: Adams Friendship HS...

The Bloody Sock Game – Schilling and Red Sox force a deciding game 7 in ALCS

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