Former Phillies GM Pat Gillick was elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame Monday.
But here is Philly he will forever be remembered for leading the Phillies to the World Series Crown in 2008.
Gillick was the only man elected by the Hall's Veteran's committee.
The 73-year-old who currently serves as a senior advisor for the Phightins was humble while discussing the honor.
"It all goes back to the players they have on the field," he said. "I could stand in the middle of the field and 4 million people aren't going to show up."
As for who will join Gillick at his Cooperstown induction, the baseball writers' choices will be revealed next month.
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