Carlton Fisk was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 23, 2000.
Read Pudge's Hall of Fame induction speech
Carlton thanks his family, his mentors, and everyone who helped him reach the top.
The induction ceremony in Cooperstown, NY.
Fisk delivers his induction speech.
25,000 people gathered for the ceremony.
Pudge is in the Hall of Fame!
Hall of Fame Photo Album
The rest of my pictures from my trip to Cooperstown.
His number 27 was formally retired by the Red Sox on September 4, 2000.
The retired numbers hang in right field.
||The left field foul pole was officially named The Fisk Pole in 2005.
On June 13, 2005, the Red Sox faced the Cincinnati Reds, whom they had not played since the 1975 World Series, in an interleague game at Fenway Park. The Red Sox commemorated the matchup with a ceremony before the game in which the left field foul pole was officially named the "Fisk Pole". Carlton Fisk sat in the Green Monster seats next to the pole before the game, while his historic game-winning home run off the foul pole in Game 6 of the '75 Series was played on the scoreboard. Then he threw out the first pitch, caught - in a reversal of roles - by his Game 6 battery-mate, Luis Tiant.