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Ozzie Smith credits his determination in keeping his major league dreams alive.

 Freshly Enshrined
Ozzie Smith joins ESPN's Brian Kenny following his induction into Cooperstown.
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 Phillie Phanatic
Harry Kalas takes some time to thank the fans of Philadelphia.

 A Run Saved...
A host of Hall of Fame greats weigh the impact of Ozzie Smith's defensive wizardry.
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 Cooperstown Bound
Ozzie Smith talks to ESPN's Karl Ravech about his upcoming induction into the Hall of Fame.

 Morning Show
Ozzie Smith will be a little lonely when he's inducted into the Hall of Fame, as he's the lone inductee.

 Sweet dreams
Being elected to the Hall of Fame is more than Ozzie Smith ever dreamed of.
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Tuesday, January 7, 2003

Ozzie Smith
Padres, 1978-81
Cardinals, 1982-96

13 Gold Gloves
15-time All-Star
2,460 hits, 580 stolen bases
1985 NLCS Most Valuable Player
ML record for career assists by a shortstop
Career Stats
Harry Kalas
Phillies announcer
Ford C. Frick Award
Joe Falls
Detroit writer/columnist
J.G. Taylor Spink Award
Hall of Fame Game
Rockies vs. White Sox
Mon., July 29, 2 p.m. ET

Hall of Fame Roundtable
Mon., July 29, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Ozzie Smith wipes his eye during an emotional speech.
Classic Ending
Ozzie Smith had one of the greatest careers in baseball and he gave it a fitting conclusion at the Hall of Fame on Sunday. Smith, who was the only player inducted in this year's class, gave one of the greatest speeches ever at Cooperstown, according to Jayson Stark.  
• Stark: Hall of Famers stand up for Selig
• Stark: Kalas had perfect voice
• Neyer: All-time defensive team
• Gwynn: The best defenders I played against
• Ozzie gets the call | Career highlights
• Hall of Fame members | Classic coverage

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