Henke remembers his roots during Hall of Fame ceremony

It’s all about family and friends for Tom Henke.

Henke, in remarks during his induction ceremony for the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in St. Mary’s, Ontario, Canada, talked extensively about growing up and living in Taos, Mo.

A bus load of family and friends made the 13-hour trip for the ceremony to honor the “Taos Terminator.”

“I can hardly look at them because I’ll start crying and that wouldn’t fit the Terminator name,” Henke said.

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Henke was a member of the 1992 World Champion Blue Jays, finishing with 34 saves and a 2.26 ERA. He also had five saves for Toronto in that postseason.

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