This Sunday, the Baseball Hall of Fame will induct three more MLBgreats into Cooperstown.The former MLB players being inducted this year are outfielder Tim RainesSr., first baseman Jeff Bagwell and catcher Ivan Rodriguez. Former MLB commi sioner Bud Selig and front office executive John Schuerholz are also being inducted.MORE: John Smoltz offers induction advice to 2017 HOF cla sThe 2017 Hall of Fame induction ceremony is being broadcast on MLB Network at 1:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, July 30. There will also be a live stream of the ceremony on baseballhall.org. Here’s everything you need to know about the Hall of Fame Inductees and ceremony.Baseball Hall of Fame inductees for 2017Tim Raines Sr.Outfielder Tim Raines was known as an outstanding hitter and base runner. The seven-time All-Star was MLB stolen base champion four times in his 23-year career. Percentage-wise, Raines is ranked the most succe sful base stealer in MLB history, and Jason Motte Jersey he is the only player in history to steal at least 70 bases in six straight seasons.Raines saw early succe s with the Montreal Expos, where he finished top-10 in NL MVP voting three different times. He also won a Silver Slugger award in 1986 . After 13 years with the Expos, Raines was traded to the White Sox and later joined the Yankees. He won the 1996 and 1998 World Series as a Yankee.Raines makes it to the Hall of Fame in his final year of eligibility. He appeared on 86 percent of ballots cast for this year’s induction. Raines previously hovered around 50 percent of ballots over the last seven years. He’ll enter the Hall of Fame as an Expo.MORE:The most important people in baseball history, rankedJeff BagwellSlugger Jeff Bagwell spent all 15 years of his career with the Houston Astros. However, it wasafter a regrettable trade for the Boston Red Sox when Bagwell began his Hall of Fame career with Houston.In 1990, the Red Sox traded Bagwell, a minor leaguer in the Sox’s system,to Vince Coleman Jersey the Astros for Larry Andersen, a 37-year-old pitcher. Andersen was meant to help the Red Sox with a playoff run that ended in a sweep by the Oakland A’s in the ALCS. The next season, Bagwell won NL Rookie of the Year with 15 home runs and 82 RBIs. Even worse for Boston, Bagwell was a Connecticut native and grew up a Red Sox fan.Bagwell continued to power the Astros into the playoffs in subsequent years. He captured NL MVP in 1994 and recorded at least 30 homers, 100 runs scored and 100 RBIs every season from 1996 to 2001. He is just one of six players to hit all three marks for six straight years (Alex Rodriguez, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Babe Ruth and Albert Pujols).Bagwell is also one of just 11 players in MLB history with at least 440 homers and 200 steals.MORE: Bonds, Clemens will eventually get into Hall of FameIvan Rodriguez”Pudge” Rodriguez is one of the most decorated catchers in major league history. The formerTexas Rangers backstop has 13 All-Star nominations and 14 Gold Gloves, both of which are the most for any catcher in MLB history. The Puerto Rico native is entering the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.Retiring in 2012, Rodriguez turned a promising beginning as one of the best catcher prospects into a Hall of Fame career playing for the Rangers, Yankees, Tigers, Marlins, Astros and Nationals. He will enter the Hall of Fame as a Ranger.Rodriguez was named AL MVP in the 1999 season, with a .332 batting average, 35 home runs and 133 RBIs for Texas. Rodriguez later helped the Florida Marlins to a World Series title in 2003.MORE:Trout more likely Hall of Famer than HarperJohn SchuerholzFormer Atlanta Braves and Kansas City Royals front office executive John Schuerholz will also be honored. Schuerholzspent nine seasons as general manager of the Royals and 26 years as Braves GM and president.Schuerholz started his career with the Royals and eventually engineered a World Series-winning team in 1985. He left to become Braves GM in 1990 and https://www.cardinalsedge.com/st-louis-cardinals/kolten-wong-jersey won the 1995 World Series with Atlanta. Schuerholz transformed a poor Braves franchise into regular division winners in the years he spent as general manager.Bud SeligAllan “Bud” Selig was the ninth commi sioner of MLB from 1998-2015. He is credited with guiding the league out of financial strife, and also faced the performance-enhancing drugs era.Selig first involved himself in the major leagues when he held the largest amount of stock in his hometown Milwaukee Braves in 1963. The franchise later relocated to Atlanta, and Selig,then MLB’s Executive Council Chairman, wouldbecomeowner of the Milwaukee Brewers. Selig led negotiations with the player’s union in the strike-shortened 1994 MLB season.MORE:10 HOF candidates you’ve never heard ofHow does Baseball Hall of Fame voting work?Beginning five years after retiring, players have 10 years of eligibility to be voted into the Hall of Fame. To be chosen for the Hall of Fame, a player must be on at least 75 percent of ballots.The ballots are filled out by members of the Baseball Writers A sociation of America (BBWAA). Only BBWAA members with 10 years or more of membership are allowed to cast ballots for the Baseball Hall of Fame.For a player to be eligible for selection to the Hall of Fame, they must have played in the major league for a minimum of 10 years and had been retired for at least five years. In Rodriguez’s case, this is his first year of eligibility for the Hall of Fame after he retired in 2012.