Cooperstown is calling Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza... The pair are being enshrined in Baseball's Hall of Fame.
FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:
Ken Griffey Jr's 630 career homers rank sixth all-time, but he was more than just a bat, winning 10 straight Gold Gloves for his defense...
(Griffey Jr.) "I knew I could play baseball, it was just the adjustment of getting to know people and growing. The one thing I wanted to do was go out there and play."
Griffey appearing on MLB Network after the announcement...
Piazza hit more home runs than any other catcher in history and his 15-game RBI streak in 2000 is the second-longest of all-time.
Griffey by the way sets a record, appearing on 99% of all ballots... Gets all but three votes, so there has yet to be a unanimous Hall of Famer.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News
Watch Ken Griffey Jr's first MLB Homer:
Piazza's the first catcher to be inducted into the Hall of Fame since the late Gary Carter in 2003.
One of Mike Piazza's biggest moments as a Met, the first game back after 9/11 at Shea Stadium: