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Larkin tours Baseball HOF

By MIKE LEVIN

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (WKTV) - On Fenway Day at the Baseball Hall of Fame, 2012 inductee Barry Larkin made his official tour to the hallowed halls of the national pastime.

Larkin is the only living inductee this year, with the late Ron Santo also to be inducted on July 22.

Fans who visited the Hall's Gallery were given a big surprise with the appearance of the former Reds star.  Larkin said he was impressed by what he saw at the museum.

"I expected to see a lot of stuff, baseball stuff.  It's exceeded my expectations, because I had this idea of what I though I would see, but actually being in the physical presence what I thought, that adds a different dynamic to it," said Larkin.  "There's exhibits that's specific for education and I think it's awesome, it's fabulous, it's great."

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