Six stars headline Ted Williams Hall of Fame inductees

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Video: Six stars headline Ted Williams Hall of Fame inductees

  • Dwight "Doc" Gooden's locker in the Ted Williams Hall of Fame inside Tropicana Field.
  • Johnny Damon's locker in the Ted Williams Hall of Fame inside Tropicana Field.
  • Frank Howard's locker in the Ted Williams Hall of Fame inside Tropicana Field.
  • James Shields' locker in the Ted Williams Hall of Fame inside Tropicana Field.
  • Craig Biggio's locker in the Ted Williams Hall of Fame inside Tropicana Field.
    

 


 


St. Petersburg, Florida -- The who's who of baseball gathered at Tropicana Field Saturday night to honor some of the greatest players of all-time.

Craig Biggio, Dwight "Doc" Gooden, Frank Howard, Jim "Mudcat" Grant, and former Tampa Bay Rays Johnny Damon and James Shields were inducted into the Ted Williams Hall of Fame located inside the Trop. Each member of the 2014 class got a display case with some photos and memorabilia from their playing days.

Shields, who pitched for the Rays from 2006-2012, is the only active player to be inducted. He made it into the Hall of Fame after becoming the only pitchers in Rays history to win a World Series game.

Damon, who played for the Rays in 2011, broke into the big leagues in 1995 and played for seven teams in 18 major league seasons.

"Doc" Gooden is a Tampa native who earned the 1984 rookie of the year with the New York Mets, won the Cy Yound award in 1985, was a 4-time All-Star, and 3-time World Series champion.

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