by Pete Schauer
Barry Larkin wasn't elected to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame until his third year of eligibility, but when Cooperstown finally called his name, the 19-year shortstop got exactly what he deserved... Read More »
by Alex Butler
If you grew up in Cincinnati, you were a Barry Larkin fan. You were among the masses at Cincinnati Reds games chanting, "Barry, Barry, Barry!," when he was at bat or following a trademark defensive gem... Read More »
by Mike Rosenbaum
On Sunday afternoon, Barry Larkin will be welcomed into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame as the Class of 2012’s lone inductee. In his 19-year career, all with the Cincinnati Reds, Larkin batted ... Read More »
by Joshua Ramsey
Between 1951 and 2004, only four men laid claim to the title of shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds . Let me rephrase that: For 53 years only four men manned the defensive captain position for the Redlegs ... Read More »
by Tyler Duma
Though the NL Central is a relatively new division, the teams that comprise it have been home to some of the best shortstops to ever grace Major League Baseball... Read More »
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