Pieces of Jamie Moyer's record setting performance are coming to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.  And maybe Jamie is coming too.

Moyer broke an 80-year-old record for oldest pitcher to ever record a win – long held by Brooklyn’s Jack Quinn, set on Sept. 13, 1932, when Quinn was 49 years and 70 days old – Moyer was quoted by news organizations saying, “I kind of wish I was a baseball historian.

The Hall of Fame will receive Moyer's cap and glove from the historic game for preservation.  As for the historian comment, The Hall offered him a place in their Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program.  The program accepts students each year to study researching and cataloging memorabilia.  The Hall's website has more on Moyer's story here.

More From Big Frog 104