So maybe that's kind of an exaggeration - there's no mention of the word "sandwich", and I'm pretty sure that at some point Barry Larkin made a sandwich - but over at The Hardball Times, Chris Jaffe is nothing if not thorough in reviewing the career of the newest Hall of Famer. From 1986 through 2004, there are factoids followed by factoids, and if you look, over there, in the corner, there are more factoids.
A randomly-selected sample:
July 6, 1988: Larkin gets hit by a pitch twice in one game. The same thing happened to him just 15 days earlier, but it never happens to him again.
Oct. 16, 1990: World Series Game One: Larkin draws a walk and scores a run, as the Reds rough up the AL champion A’s, 7-0, to win the first game of the series.
June 23, 1998: Larkin, at 34 years of age, legs out two triples in one game. He’ll end the year with 10 triples, the only time he ever gets more than six in one season.
And there's way more. So if you're interested in reading a lot about Barry Larkin and past editions of the Cincinnati Reds, go read what Jaffe wrote for you to read.