Here is the official press release from the Trenton Thunder on Phillies broadcaster and former Thunder broadcaster Tom McCarthy.
The ceremony included an recorded message from McCarthy's former Trenton broadcast partner and current Tampa Bay Rays announcer Andy Freed, as well as presentations from Foleys New York and the Philadelphia Phillies. In addition, the home radio booth inside the press box at Waterfront Park was renamed in McCarthy's honor.
McCarthy is in his second year as the television play-by-play man for the Philadelphia Phillies. He spent five seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies (2001–2005) as a radio play-by-play voice and as their pre-game and post-game radio host before spending two seasons as a play-by-play announcer for the New York Mets on WFAN.
McCarthy is the sixteenth member of Trenton Baseball Hall of Fame joining George Case, Harold “Bus” Saidt, James Maloney, Al Downing, Steve Braun, Bob Ryan, Tony Clark, Nomar Garciaparra, Samuel Plumeri Sr., Michael DeCello, Mo Cunningham, David Eckstein, Ken Macha, Sonny Pittaro and DeMarlo Hale