Few would argue that he is the greatest fielding shortstop ever, and now former St. Louis Cardinal Ozzie Smith is a Hall of Famer. Smith was the only player to win induction today, being chosen on 91.7 precent of the ballots. 75 percent is needed to make the grade. Smith hit .262 over a 19-year career with just 28 home runs, but his glove is what set him apart. Smith won 13 straight Gold gloves from 1980 to 1992 and he set shortstop records with 8,375 assists and 1,590 double plays. The Hall of Fame induction ceremonies will be held on July 28th in Cooperstown, N.Y.