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It's Impossible To Watch These Videos Of Baseball's Newest Hall Of Famers Getting "The Call" Without Feeling Something

"There's no crying in baseball!" Well, maybe a little crying.

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On Wednesday night the Baseball Hall of Fame elected four new members:

Padres’ closer extraordinaire Trevor Hoffman.

Hoffman saved 601 games between 1993 and 2010.
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Hoffman saved 601 games between 1993 and 2010.

Braves’ legend Chipper Jones.

Jones hit .303 over a 19-year career that ended in 2012.
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Jones hit .303 over a 19-year career that ended in 2012.

600-homer club member Jim Thome.

Thome was a 5-timer All Star.
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Thome was a 5-timer All Star.

And Expos’ and Angels' standout Vladimir Guerrero.

Guerrero hit .318 for his career that ended in 2011.
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Guerrero hit .318 for his career that ended in 2011.

For these legendary ballplayers, being elected into the Hall of Fame is the culmination of a life’s work.

Videos of the new Hall of Famers receiving “the call” telling them they’ve made it have turned up on the internet, and we dare you to watch them without feeling something.

Here Trevor Hoffman receives his call surrounded by family):

Trevor Hoffman receiving the call notifying him of his election into the Hall of Fame. (courtesy of San Diego Padre… https://t.co/FxD1OQbpJ9

Here is Jim Thome's equally emotional call:

Here is Vladimir Guerrero's life-changing call.

📞 HE’S IN! 📞 #VladHOF

And here is Chipper Jones' call (captured by current Braves' third baseman Freddie Freeman):

Congratulations, Trevor, Chipper, Jim and Vlad!

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