Cleveland Indians Slugger Jim Thome Inducted Into Baseball Hall Of Fame
Indians slugger Jim Thome was inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame on Sunday in Cooperstown, New York.
Thome played 12 of his 22 seasons in Cleveland. He hit 612 home runs during his career, including a franchise record 337 with the Tribe.
Thome was inducted with Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Jack Morris and Alan Trammell.
The images above are a slideshow of the baseball greats in attendance for the 2018 induction ceremony including Johnny Bench, Wade Boggs, Fergie Jenkins, and Andre Dawson as well as the 2018 inductees.