Dawson, the sole player elected this year to join the Hall's 293 inductees, wore the uniform of the Montreal Expos into the shrine. Dawson, a power hitting outfielder, made it on his ninth try, earning 77.9 percent of the vote, MLB.com reported.
Nicknamed "Hawk," Dawson had 438 homers and 1,591 RBIs for the Expos, Cubs, Red Sox and Marlins in a 20-year career from 1976-1996.
Herzog, 78, is best remembered as the manager of the St. Louis Cardinals. In his 10 years at the helm in St. Louis, he guided the team to the 1982 World Series title and National League pennants in 1985 and 1987.
Umpire Harvey, 80, attended the ceremonies despite recent ill health. He umpired 4,673 games in 31 years in the big leagues, MLB.com said.
Also Sunday, Giants announcer Jon Miller won the Ford C. Frick Award as 2010's top broadcaster and Bill Madden of the New York Daily News collected the J.G. Taylor Spink Award for excellence in baseball reporting.