MSHOF 57th Induction Ceremony Tonight

DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – It’s a celebration of Michigan’s greatest athletes, Monday evening in Detroit.

The Michigan Sports Hall of Fame 57th Induction Class will be formally enshrined at the Max M. Fisher Music Center at Orchestra Hall.

The ceremony, beginning at 6 p.m., will feature Hall of Fame members Frank Beckmann and George Blaha as the event co-captains, and Channel 7 Sports Director Tom Leyden will return as the master of ceremonies.

The members of the 57th Induction Class are: Mateen Cleaves-MSU basketball/Flint Northern H.S. ; Lomas Brown-Detroit Lions; Tony Dungy/NFL football & Jackson Mich. Parkside H.S.; Mark Howe-NHL hockey & Detroit Red Wings/U.S. Olympian; Pam McGee-Flint Northern H.S. & U.S. Olympian; Dick Kimball-UM Diving & U.S. Olympian; Steve Smith-MSU Basketball & Pershing H.S./U.S. Olympian; Tyrone Wheatley-UM football & track & field/Dearborn Heights Robichaud H.S.

Ticket prices start at $39. Get ticket information here.


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