Indianapolis (KAIT) - MLB's Winter Meetings started Monday in Indianapolis with unveiling the two newest members of baseball's Hall of Fame.
Former St. Louis Cardinals manager Whitey Herzog and umpire Doug Harvey were voted in by the members of the Veterans Committee. Both will be enshrined July 25th in Cooperstown.
Herzog managed the Rangers, Angels, Royals, and Cardinals from 1973-90. In his 10 years with St. Louis, he had the skipper and general manager hats from 1980-82. He won his only World Series championship with the Redbirds in 1982.
Harvey umpired in the National League for 31 seasons before retiring in 1992. He worked five World Series.