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Piniella , Sandberg and Alomar among 6 to be inducted into Ted Williams Museum

Posted Jan 16, 2013 by Roger Mooney

Updated Jan 16, 2013 at 05:33 PM

Tampa native Lou Piniella is one of six former major leaguers who will be inducted Feb. 2 into the Ted Williams Museum’s Hitters Hall of Fame at Tropicana Field.

The Class of 2013 also includes Baseball Hall of Famers Ryne Sandberg and Roberto Alomar as well as Sandy Alomar Sr. and Sandy Alomar Jr. and Darrell Evans.

Tickets are $125.00, and are available at or by calling Tony Penna at 727-534-5343. Proceeds from the event will go to the Ted Williams Foundation and Project One Four, which is the foundation started by Rays pitcher David Price.

The event includes a reception on the field, a silent auction and a free autograph session with former and current major league players, including Wade Boggs, Tony Oliva, Cecil Fielder, David Price, Alex Cobb, Wade Davis, Jake McGee, Matt Joyce, Cliff Floyd, Bill Singer, Jeff Locke, Richey Scheinblum, Mike LaVaillere, Doug Waechter, Mike DiFelice, Roy White, Jesse Litsch and Scott McGregor.

The commemorative ticket is signed by McGee.

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