Barry Larkin will be the sole member elected into the 2012 Hall of Fame, receiving 86.4% of the vote. This is the third time Larkin's name has been on the ballot and he is the 48th Hall of Famer to have spent his entire MLB career with one organization.
He is the 3rd Hall of Famer to spend his entire career with the Reds, joining Johnny Bench and Bid McPhee.
Hall of Fame Weekend 2012 will take place July 20-23 in Cooperstown to honor Barry Larkin and deceased Chicago fan-favorite Ron Santo.
More than four dozen Hall of Famers are expected to return for the celebration.
The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place on Sunday July 22 at 1:30 p.m. at the Clark Sports Center and will be broadcast live on the MLB Network.
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