Rickey Henderson makes his induction speech at Clark Sports Center during the Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Sunday in Cooperstown, N.Y. Henderson is the all-time leader in stolen bases (1,406) and runs (2,295), a 10-time All-Star, was the 1990 American League most valuable player and won two World Series titles.
Jim Rice holds his plaque after being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Rice played his entire 16-year career with the Boston Red Sox, was the 1978 American League most valuable player and was an eight-time All-Star.
For you, Dad
Judy Gordon (second from right) accepts the plaque of her late father, Joe Gordon, from (left to right) National Baseball Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson, Hall of Fame chairman Jane Forbes Clark and MLB commissioner Bud Selig. Gordon was a nine-time All-Star, a member of five winning World Series teams and won the 1942 American League Most Valuble Player Award.
Hall of Famer Willie Mays makes his way to the stage.
Home run wave
Former career home run record-holder Hank Aaron waves to the crowd.
Writing award winner
Baseball writer Nick Peters accepts the 2009 J.G. Taylor Spink Award given for "Meritorious contributions to baseball writing."
Broadcasting award winner
Tony Kubek speaks after receiving the Ford C. Frick baseball broadcasting award.
Having his say
Jim Rice gives his induction speech after his induction.
Judy Gordon gives an acceptance speech for her late father, Joe Gordon.
Their big day
Rickey Henderson (left) and Jim Rice pose with their plaques.