Honoring the past. Celebrating the present. Inspiring the Future.

CBHOFBaseball is a way of life—a ritual that begins with a grandchild playing catch with their granddad or a mom or dad playing catch with their son or daughter. This is where the love of the game develops and is passed down through the generations. Too often the focus is on the professional leagues, but we forget where that many of these players came from; College. The work we do at the College Baseball Hall of Fame is to focus a lens on the College players, coaches and umpires and contributors. Although we look back and celebrate the glories we are also on a mission to inspire the next generation of College Baseball.

College Baseball is Everything

Our Purpose


It All Started With A Vision

2004 - College Baseball Foundation Established
2004 - Brooks Wallace Award Created For Nations Top Athlete
2005 - The Board Votes to Create the National College Baseball Hall of Fame
2006 - The Inaugural Class is inducted
2009 - Pitcher of the Year Award Created
2009 - Brooks Wallace Award Renamed - Shortstop of the Year
2010 - The Jon Olerud Two-Way Player Award Created
2011 - The Black Legends & Pioneers Committee Created
2012 - Seventh Hall of Fame Class Inducted
2014 - President George H.W. Bush lends his name to the Hall of Fame Building
2017 - Relocation Committee Established to Find New Home of Hall of Fame
2018 - Hall of Fame Establishes National College Baseball Day
2019 - College Baseball Foundation Establishes Inaugural All-America Team
2020 - Thirteenth Hall of Fame Class Inducted
2024 - Announcement that the College Baseball Hall of Fame will establish its physical location in Overland Park, Kansas.