(Cooperstown, NY) - The 2014 class has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, with a decided Atlanta and Chicago slant.
Former Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves star Greg Maddux was the headliner, joined by his former rotation mate Tom Glavine and manager Bobby Cox.
Also inducted White Sox home run leader Frank Thomas, former White Sox, Cardinals and A's manager Tony LaRussa, and Joe Torre, who played for the Braves and Cardinals, and also managed both teams, as well as the Mets, Yankees and Dodgers.
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