From the Baseball Hall of Fame:
BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 4, 2012
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Launches
Groundbreaking Online Registry for BASE Program
-- 'Be A Superior Example' Initiative Promotes Healthy Lifestyle Choices
and Encourages Participants to Pledge to Live Free of Performance-Enhancing Substances --
(COOPERSTOWN, NY) - The commitment to "Be A Superior Example" is one that lasts a lifetime. Today, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum launched a permanent online registry, encouraging participants of all ages to pledge to lead a life of healthy choices, free of performance-enhancing substances.
The national registry, one of the cornerstones of the BASE program, is the first to record individual commitments to live a life free of performance-enhancing substances. The registry debuts today and can be accessed online at www.baseballhall.org and at www.beasuperiorexample.org. Interactive kiosks located in the Library Atrium in Cooperstown feature programmatic elements of the new BASE exhibit, allowing visitors to sign the registry as well as search those who have made a commitment to BASE.