The Binghamton Mets welcomed three new members into the Binghamton Baseball Shrine in ceremonies before Friday night's game against the Trenton Thunder. Curtis Pride, a member of the B-Mets 1992 Eastern League Championship team, who went on to play ten seasons in the Major Leagues; Gene Monahan, former Binghamton Triplet trainer, who spent 49 years in the New York Yankees organization; and Bill "Moose" Skowron, who spent part of one season in Binghamton before going on to win five World Championships with the Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers, were officially inducted into Binghamton's Baseball Shrine.
Created in 1993, Binghamton's Baseball Shrine honors individuals who have made major contributions to America's Pastime here in Binghamton.