On Sunday, Barry Larkin will become the eighth member of the Cincinnati Reds inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The 12-time All-Star shortstop played 19 seasons, all with the Reds, hitting .295 with 2,340 hits, 1,329 runs scored and 379 stolen bases. He also won an MVP award and a World Series championship.

Although not one of the loudest players to ever take the field, Larkin had a colorful career worthy of a few highlights:

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