Outfielder Rico Carty and first baseman, outfielder and catcher Fred Tenney were inducted into the Braves Hall of Fame over the weekend.

Tenney, who died in 1952, played for the Boston Braves from 1894-1907 and also managed from 1905-07. Tenney ranks fifth in franchise history with 1,134 runs and 260 stolen bases, and is fourth with 1,994 hits.

Carty, 83, played for Milwaukee and Atlanta from 1963-72 and hit .366 to lead the National League in 1970, when he was an All-Star. Carty, from the Dominican Republic, hit .317 with the Braves and .299 for his 15-year career, which also included stints with Texas, the Chicago Cubs, Oakland, Cleveland and Toronto.

“I’m very grateful,” Carty said, adding “God knows I don’t have sufficient words to thank the Atlanta fans.” Carty said the continued warmth he feels from fans “make me feel like I’m still playing.”