Costas, Edmonds, Pace Named To STL Sports Hall

Brad Choat

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2012 is headlined by a former KMOX Radio broadcaster who’s went on to big-time success at the national level.

Bob Costas of NBC Sports was among 16 enshrinees announced Sunday at a celebrity auction event. The induction ceremony will be held in November.

Selections from major league baseball include: Jim Edmonds, Joe Torre, the late Ken Boyer, and Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt, Junior.

Football honorees include former Big Red head coach and Rams offensive line coach Jim Hanifan, player Orlando Pace, and the late Don Coryell, who coached the Big Red before guiding the NFL’s San Diego Chargers.

From St. Louis’ hockey past, goalie Glenn Hall was selected for the class.

Rounding out the 16 are: Dr. Rick Lehman (sports medicine), Teri Clemens (volleyball coach), Harry Gallatin (basketball), Al Trost (soccer), Dr. Stan London (sports medicine), David Gall (horse racing), and Ellen Port (golf).



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