Curt Schilling, John I. Taylor Among Inductees For Red Sox Hall Of Fame
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BOSTON (CBS) — The Red Sox Hall of Fame is going to have to make room for a few more members and a bloody sock.
The team announced Wednesday the seven men who will be inducted into the team Hall of Fame this year, with Curt Schilling headlining the list.
Other inductees include Fenway Park creator John I. Taylor, groundskeeper Joe Mooney, Marty Barrett, Ellis Burks, Joe Dobson and Dutch Leonard. The induction will take place on Aug. 3.
The “Memorable Moment” will be the Red Sox’ 5-3 win over the Minnesota Twins on the final day of the 1967 Impossible Dream season.
The Red Sox Hall of Fame was created in 1995 and considers candidates for election every other year.