In celebration of what would have been Hall of Fame Weekend 2020, join us for a Virtual Voices of the Game honoring 2020 Inductee Larry Walker.
During this hour-long program, Hall of Famer Larry Walker became the second Canadian-born Hall of Famer when he was elected by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America in January. Fergie Jenkins, who was the first Canadian elected to the Hall of Fame in 1991, will be featured in this program with Walker as the two discuss playing baseball in Canada as youngsters and earning a place in Cooperstown.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the induction of the Class of 2020 has been moved to July 25, 2021. But these virtual events will feature the Hall of Famer and special guests as they reflect on their careers and the distinction of receiving the game’s greatest honor.
Follow these events on social media via the hashtag #HOF2020
Larry Walker won the 1997 National League Most Valuable Player Award, hitting .366 with NL-leading totals in home runs (49), total bases (409, the 18th-best single-season total in history), on-base percentage (.452) and slugging percentage (.720). (Brad Mangin/National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum)