Former Cincinnati Reds Shortstop Barry Larkin Elected To Baseball Hall of Fame

Barry Larkin

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Barry Larkin was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame Monday.The former Cincinnati Reds great retired in 2004 after 19 seasons in the big leagues.

Larkin had a career slash line of .295/.371/.444 to go along with 2,300 hits and 379 stolen bases. His career accolades also included three Gold Glove awards, nine Silver Slugger awards, 12 All-Star game appearances, and 1 MVP award.

He will be inducted into the hall in Cooperstown, New York, in July 2012.

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