BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Orioles will welcome back Mike Mussina for a ceremonial first pitch next Sunday in celebration of his upcoming induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame later this summer.

Mussina, 50, played 18 seasons from 1991-2008, including his first 10 seasons with the Orioles.

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Former Orioles Pitcher Mike Mussina Inducted In Baseball Hall Of Fame

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He’s a five-time American League All-Star– all in Baltimore– and he won seven Gold Gloves, including four with the Orioles.

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Mussina will be formally inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame during ceremonies in Cooperstown, NY on Sunday, July 21 at 1:30 p.m., along with two other former Orioles, Harold Baines and Lee Smith, in addition to Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez and Mariano Rivera.