Shortstop Barry Larkin was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame today with 86% of the vote, announced the Baseball Writers Association of America. Larkin is the lone inductee of 2012.
Larkin played his entire 19-season career with the Reds, with a .295/.371/.444 line and 198 home runs across 9,057 plate appearances. He won the NL MVP in 1995, made a dozen All-Star appearances, and won three Gold Gloves. FanGraphs pegs his career Wins Above Replacement at 70.6.