COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) - Former lefthander Tom Glavine toured the Hall of Fame and Museum, still amazed he's going to be inducted this summer.
Glavine says every once in a while, he'll have some moments where "it's hard to get my brain around what's going on, and this is probably one of those moments."
Glavine spent the vast majority of his career with the Atlanta Braves, winning the 1995 World Series MVP and NL Cy Young Awards in 1991 and '98. The 10-time All-Star and five-time 20-game winner ended his career with a 305-203 record.
Glavine will be inducted July 27, along with former teammate Greg Maddux, Frank Thomas and former managers Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre.