In 2014, outfielders Ken Griffey, Jr. and Dave Parker, second baseman Ron Oester and late first baseman Jake Beckley became the newest members of the Reds Hall of Fame. Griffey earned the honor after winning the fan vote in the Modern Player Ballot presented by Clark Schaefer Hackett. Parker, Oester and Beckley were elected by the Hall's Veterans Committee. The quartet was inducted during on-field ceremonies on Saturday, August 9 prior to the Reds/Marlins game at Great American Ball Park.More >
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Founded in 1958, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is the largest team hall of fame in baseball. Learn more about the first induction class and the changes to the selection process over the years.