over 3 years ago

October 8th annoucement of the winner for the Baseball Coin Design Competition postponed

The winning design will be unveiled soon on www.usmint.gov!  Please check the website for updates. 


almost 4 years ago

National Baseball Coin Design Competition Rules

The competition ends tomorrow which means you still have time to modify your submissions.  Therefore, you are encouraged to review the rules prior to the closing of the competition to ensure that your design has met all of the criteria. 

Good Luck to all of those who have or will enter the competition!  Remember, you have until noon tomorrow to enter or modify your submission.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email baseballcompetition@usmint.treas.gov

The email address will be closely monitored through the closing of the competition.


almost 4 years ago

Baseball Coin Design Competition Closing on May 11 at noon

The United States Mint's National Baseball Coin Design Competition will close at 12 noon EST on May 11.  We hope that you take this opportunity to step up to the plate and take a swing. 

If you are submitting a design after business hours on either Friday night or Saturday morning and have any questions, please post them on the discussion board or email them to baseballcompetition@usmint.treas.gov.  If you email Challenge.post, you will not receive a response until after the competition closes as they do not have staff available to respond after business hours.  By contacting the United States Mint through the discussion section or email you will…

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almost 4 years ago

Exciting Development in the National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program

Our commitment to innovation in coin design and manufacturing at the United States Mint leads to an exciting development in the National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin program.  The United States Mint will manufacture the National Baseball Hall of Fame half-dollar clad coin in the same convex and concave shape as that of the program’s $5 gold and $1 silver coins.  The creation of the three-coin program convex and concave coins, are the first of their kind for the United States Mint. 

 


almost 4 years ago

Clarification of Rules for Baseball Design Competition

Clarification of Official Rule 21:

21. Designs must not include depictions, names, emblems, logos, trademarks or other intellectual property associated with any specific commercial, private, educational, civic, religious, sports, or other organizations whose membership or ownership is not universal, including any current or former baseball team, either professional or amateur.

As Official Rule 21 rule states, the design restrictions found in the rule apply to any organizations described in the rule—including the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball®, and any past or present sports organizations.  By way of examples, your design must not include any reference to the…

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almost 4 years ago

Hall of Fame Judges Announced

Today, five  National Baseball Hall of Famers were announced as judges for the United States Mint Coin Design Competition

Joe Morgan, Brooks Robinson, Ozzie Smith, Don Sutton and Dave Winfield

You can see their photographs and bios on the Homepage of the Baseball Coin Design Competition for the United States Mint