Ben Sheets inducted into Brewers Walk of Fame on Aug. 26

Ben Sheets pitches against the Pittsburgh Pirates on May 22, 2004 in Pittsburgh. (Photo by George Gojkovich/Getty Images)

The Milwaukee Brewers have announced that Ben Sheets will be inducted into the team's Walk of Fame on Aug. 26.

When inducted, Sheets will become the 22nd individual to receive the honor since American Family Field opened in 2001. The Walk of Fame commemorates some of the greatest names in Milwaukee baseball history with a granite-shaped home plate set in the ground outside of American Family Field

Selected 10th overall by Milwaukee in the 1999 first-year player draft, Sheets spent eight of his 10 Major League seasons with the Brewers (2001-08). He was named to the National League All-Star team four times (2001, 2004, 2007, 2008) during his time in Milwaukee – including becoming the first Brewers pitcher to start an All-Star Game in 2008.

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American Family Field

Sheets' best season came in 2004 when he ranked among Major League leaders in complete games (T2nd, 5), strikeouts (3rd, 264), WHIP (3rd, 0.98), ERA (4th, 2.70), innings pitched (T4th, 237), starts (T7th, 34) and opponent batting average (8th, .226). On May 14, 2004, Sheets struck out a franchise-record 18 batters in a complete-game victory over Atlanta in Milwaukee.

Sheets ranks second in franchise history in strikeouts (1,206), third in starts (221), fifth in innings pitched (1,428), sixth in wins (94) and ninth in ERA (3.72).