On September 25, 2013 The City of Bedford, Ohio had the honor of recognizing lifelong resident and National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee, Elmer Flick.
Our monthly MLB meet-n-greet sessions put you in contact with some of the game's greatest. From current players to retired All-Stars, get a chance to shake their hands, get an autograph and even get some tips on your game.
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The Hall of Fame’s membership Increased by four to 94, as John Clarkson, Elmer Flick, Sam Rice and Eppa Rixey were elected by the Veterans Committee. At this point in time, the BBWAA only voted every other year and did not vote in 1963. Rice and Flick were on hand to receive their plaques on August 4, 1963, while Clarkson and Rixey were posthumously inducted. Rixey died just five months before the ceremony, in February 1963. In contrast to today’s two to three hour ceremonies, it took just 35 minutes for these four men to be inducted.