Barry Larkin is taking his place among baseball’s legends.
The longtime shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds was enshrined into the National Baseball Hall Of Fame yesterday. He, along with former Chicago Cub Ron Santo, comprised of the hall of fame class of 2012.
Larkin was drafted by the Reds, in 1986, after a standout career at Moeller High School. He was with the Reds for nineteen years. During that time he won a World Championship and most valuable player with the team.