Should the Hall of Fame play 'Hells Bells' before Trevor Hoffman's induction speech?
There are plenty of notable things about newly-elected Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman's 18-year-career. He's second all time with 601 saves (and was the first to reach the 600 mark). His save percentage (88.8) and strikeout rate (25.8) rank him second and first, respectively, among relievers with 1,000 innings. Oh, and also, he had one of the greatest closer entrance songs ever.
The sounds of AC/DC's "Hells Bells" reverberating throughout the stadium likely struck fear in any batter due up that inning. On Wednesday, as you can hear in the main clip above, Hoffman and MLB Network host Greg Amsinger joked about potentially getting the song to play on the Cooperstown stage before his speech this July.
"That'd be kinda cool," Hoffman said. "I think that'd be cool."
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