All-Star outfielder Ken Griffey Sr., 19th-century pitcher Will White and front-office executive Bob Howsam will be inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame during ceremonies before Sunday's 1:15 p.m. game against Arizona at Great American Ball Park.
The three were chosen by the Cincinnati chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Their inductions will bring to 64 the number of enshrinees in the Reds' Hall.
Griffey, 54, was a 19-year major-leaguer and three-time All-Star right fielder for the Big Red Machine.
White spent eight of his 10 major-league seasons in Cincinnati, from 1878-80 and again from 1882-86. In his career, he went 229-166 with a 2.28 ERA.
Howsam, 86, is recognized as the architect of the Big Red Machine as general manager of the club from 1967-78. He also served as GM from 1983-84.
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