Baseball might be America’s pastime, but restaurants are its passion.Each year 350,000 or so folks from all points of the globe make their way to central New York state to pay tribute to the sport that made household names of Babe Ruth, Stan Musial, Ernie Banks and Willie Mays.It makes total sense to have a house of worship for the game that helped provide a necessary respite for Americans through some of the country’s toughest times.But if Cooperstown, N.Y., is where the heroes of baseball ...

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