Former pitcher Mike Mussina headlined the 2013 class of inductees into the Red Wings Hall of Fame prior to Saturday night's game.
The righthander spent part of the 1990 and 91 seasons in Rochester before moving on to an 18 year career with the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees. He won 270 games in the big leagues.
Also gaining induction was Jim Hutto, who was part of two Governors Cup winning teams, former manager John Ganzel and writer Scott Pitoniak.
"It's exciting to be appreciated for what you accomplished and to get to come back and see people you haven't seen in a long time, it's fun," said Mussina. "I'm glad I was nominated and and honored to be chosen to come back."