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Glavine gets up-close look at Hall ahead of induction
Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Tom Glavine visits the Plaque Gallery during his orientation visit at the Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday in Cooperstown, N.Y. Glavine will be inducted to the hall in July. - photo by Mike Groll
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Tom Glavine got an up-close look at the Hall of Fame on Monday during a tour ahead of his induction this summer. The retired left-hander first visited the Hall last summer, when son Mason was playing in an area baseball tournament. "When I came here last year, obviously, it was more to see the museum, so to speak, and kind of hoping I would be here some day," Glavine said as he stood in the plaque gallery, only feet from where his bronze plaque will be placed on a wall in four months.
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