(Cooperstown, NY) - Former Indians Slugger Jim Thome is now in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Thome was inducted Sunday during a ceremony along with Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman, Jack Morris, and Alan Trammell. Thome made the Hall on the first ballot, with over 90 percent of voters supporting him.
Thome said, "this is the ultimate dream come true. I can't believe this is happening."
During his 22-season Major League career, mostly with the Indians, but also with the Phillies, Twins, Dodgers, and Orioles, Thome hit 612 home runs, eighth-most of all time.
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